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Please support our Open House Fundraising Day in aid of the Stroke Association on Saturday 13th June at our home, 7 Dovecote, Haddenham.

Giles' Dad has thankfully made a good recovery following his stroke last year and Giles is raising money for the Stroke Association by taking part in the "RideLondon-Surrey 100" on 2nd August.

He will cycle 100 miles through the capital and into Surrey's countryside, including leg-testing climbs and a route made famous by the world's best cyclists at the London 2012 Olympics.

We're hoping to boost his fundraising efforts on Saturday and we would love to see you anytime between 10.30am and 5pm.

Morning coffee and cakes, light lunches, traditional afternoon teas, bring and buy stall, book sales, tombola and raffle with many prizes!

If you have any unwanted items or books to donate for our bring and buy table or if you can bake a cake for us, please call 290900 to arrange collection. Thank you.

Francesca and Giles Flaxton

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