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As we reported on Saturday 24th February, a number of changes are underway concerning the management of the Village Hall. This includes a change in the chair and the retirement of the long standing secretary, Sue Parkinson.

The Village Hall Management Committee is keen to hear from all regular hall users, so that the VH administration and development can reflect local needs and preferences.

The next VH User Group meeting is on Tuesday evening 27th February at 7.30pm. It will be held in the Day Room (the room with arm chairs, off the Reception Hall) and is open to any community group based in Haddenham that has used or is planning to use the village hall.

The Committee would love to hear from as many members of the local community as possible, so do please come along and contribute your ideas on the way the VH can best serve the local community.

For further information, please fee free to contact Lindsey Poole — email: lindseypoole61@gmail.com

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