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Late July to late August is a time when many people (especially those with children of school age) choose to take their summer holidays.

Local groups and organisations therefore reflect this, and tend to put their activities on a back burner until September.

We will do our best to keep Haddenham residents abreast of local news and events over the next few weeks, but your editor would be really grateful to receive updates and information from any clubs, societies and interest groups with news items to report.

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