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By Haddenham Webteam - 19th December 2013 2:50pm
Haddenham Medical Centre has had new automatic sliding doors installed, to replace the hinged doors that had been rather troublesome of late.
The new doors make entering and leaving the building much easier, particularly for those visitors who are less nimble on their feet, and who may have been caught slightly unaware by the large opening radius of the previous arrangement.
Pictured at the official opening, held on Thursday 19th December, are various staff of the Practice together with Judy Brandis, on behalf of AVDC, and Alison Green, on behalf of the Fish Scheme.
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