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Heres a date for your diary:

Haddenham Hopefuls' are holding a fundraiser for Cancer Research UK, on the afternoon of Sunday 5th June.

(This is part of their run-up to the Aylesbury Relay for Life 24-hour team walking event, which is taking place this year on 2nd July in the grounds of Aylesbury Rugby Club in Weston Turville).

Come along and enjoy a Summer Tea Party, with a grand raffle and Pimms on the lawn.

The event starts 2.30pm and takes place at the Youth and community centre Woodways, next to the Junior School on Woodways.

Everyone is extremely welcome and, as last year, Helen Lewis and her team are just asking for a donation for the refreshments.

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