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The Haddenham Museum Trust has created a 2018 Calendar, featuring some delightful images of Haddenham from yesteryear.

The calendar is on sale now.

The price is £4 for members of the museum and £5 for non-members.

Paper or card envelopes for posting are also available, to help you send them as gifts to friends and family — 40p each (or 30p for Museum Trust members).

Buy yours at the Haddenham museum — open on Tuesdays, from 10am -12 noon, and on Sundays from 2.00pm — 4.30pm.

Or pop into Blooming Fruity on Banks Parade and buy your calendar there.

The opening times on Tuesday correspond with the coffee morning in the adjoining Methodist Church, to which visitors are most welcome.

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