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By Haddenham Webteam - 12th December 2013 8:20am
Haddenham Parish Councillor Lindsey Poole has organised a meeting for interested folk to discuss the future of the old Health Centre — currently a boarded up and un-used eye-sore sitting next to the Library on the corner of the village hall site.
How might the building be utilised for public or commercial purposes? Is the expense of restoring the deteriorating building worthwhile, or should it be razed to the ground?
The meeting takes place in the Walter Rose Rose of the village hall on Tuesday 17th December, commencing at 8pm.
For further information, please contact Lindsey on 01844 290331, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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