115 Stanbridge Road
Haddenham Garden Centre
By Fiona Quinn - 18th March 2013 8:00am
Parents and Carers, please note: Haddenham Cycle Training are providing more of their excellent cycling courses during the Easter school holiday.
Here are the details:
Level 1: Tue 9th April 9.30am-12.30pm (Haddenham) £28.00.
Level 2: Wed 10th & Thu 11th April 9.30am-12.30pm (Haddenham) £39.00
Level 3: Tue 9th, Wed 10th & Thu 11th April 1.30pm-3.30pm (Aylesbury) £39.00
Bookings are to be made directly through AVDC either online (see links above) or by telephone on 01296 585301 (lines open 10am-4pm Monday to Friday). But be quick — places are filling up rapidly. Over Easter weekend: Haddenham Cycle Training Enquiry line: 07907 794633. Trainer Contact No: 07963 131 419
Payment will be taken via your credit or debit card only. Parents / guardians will need to register prior to making a booking and provide full details about their participating children.
Haddenham Cycle Training is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company.
For further information, please visit our website
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