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Haddenham Webteam: Wed 21 Jun 2:45pm

The Parish Council would like to improve the children's play facilities at the Banks Park and Sheerstock play areas, and have asked the professional play equipment suppliers to provide their ideas in terms of creativity, safety and inclusion. HPC has also put together an informal play survey to see what local...

Waterslade House
Haddenham Webteam: Wed 21 Jun 2:20pm

We are picking up reports that an office break-in occurred in Haddenham last evening, Tuesday 20th June. Apparently there was a forced entry into Waterslade House, which is located behind the more familiar Rectory House on Thame Road. We are unaware of the details of any losses at present. Needless to say, police have been...

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Jessica Clarke: Wed 21 Jun 1:45pm

The Haddenham Junior Cricket Tournament was another great success this year. In a contrast to previous years, the sun was blazing all day and the only umbrellas to be seen were being used as parasols! Teams from local clubs Dinton, Aston Rowant, Bledlow Village, Horspath and Wendover came with their coaches and supporters, with many dads giving up a big chunk of Father's Day to watch the...

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