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By Margaret Watkins - 1st December 2014 7:00am
The DVD of the WW1 commemorative play 'The Great War 1914-1918 and a Haddenham Village School' will be on sale at Haddenham Museum from Tuesday 2nd December 2014.
The play was performed at St Mary's Church, Haddenham on 14th and 15th November to packed audiences.
The DVD has been produced by Mike Stephens, a retired broadcaster, and will be sold with a programme of the production for £8.00.
The Museum, in High Street, Haddenham, is open until Christmas on Tuesday mornings from 10.00am to 12.00 noon and on Sunday afternoons from 2.00pm to 4.30pm. From January 2015 onwards the Haddenham Community Library will stock the DVD. The DVD may also be obtained from Margaret Watkins (01844 291275).
Proceeds from the sale of the DVD will go to the Haddenham Museum Trust which supported the play.
What could be a better Christmas present for villagers, friends and relatives!
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