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After 90 years Haddenham WI is closing and amalgamating with Haddenham Witchert WI.

On Thursday 6th December 2012, Haddenham WI members enjoyed a special Farewell party at the Bottle of Glass pub in Gibraltar.

Presentations of flowers and gift tokens were made to President Brenda Spencer and Secretary Joyce Davis, in appreciation for all their hard work over the past few years.

For more details about the decision to combine Haddenham WI groups, see here

You can view photographs of members enjoying the fun and food at their last official gathering by clicking here.

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