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By Haddenham Webteam - 5th January 2016 3:30pm
The Haddenham Village Society will be holding its 51st Annual General Meeting on Thursday, 14th January, starting at 8pm
This will be in the excellent surroundings of the Haddenham Community Library. The formal meeting will be followed by the customary Wine & Cheese party.
The full agenda will be available at the meeting. This will cover the 2015 Minutes; the Annual Financial Report: the Chairman's Report; the current status of Haddenham's Neighbourhood Plan; and the Election of Officers and Committee.
The financial accounts for the past year are available for inspection now — click on the PDF below the image on this page.
The HVS committee members hope to see you there.
For further information, please contact the Secretary, Brian Cole. Telephone: 01844 291 876 oe Email: email@example.com
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