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Haddenham Garden Centre
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By Haddenham Webteam - 10th June 2013 12:00pm
Haddenham Toddler Group will soon have to close unless a new committee is found!
Haddenham Toddler Group is a friendly and very well attended playgroup for Under 5s which has been running for over 30 years in the Youth & Community Centre on Woodways. The Group operates on Tuesday mornings between 9.30-11.30am during term time.
Unfortunately, all its Committee members are stepping down at the end of the summer after two years, as their work and pre-school commitments have changed. So Haddenham Toddler Group is looking for a new team of three to run the playgroup ... or, sadly, it will have to close.
The Group has some great toys and fantastic craft materials. There's also a healthy budget for the new committee team to come up with some exciting new ideas of their own.
Please come along and visit Haddenham Toddler Group, or contact Kathy Smith for a friendly chat on 01844 291216 or 07703 438007. Alternatively, please email the group at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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