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By Haddenham Webteam - 21st June 2015 1:00pm
The parish council has to remain impartial during the forthcoming local referendum, which takes place on Thursday 16th July. This means that any residual funds that may exist within the Neighbourhood Plan budget can only be spent to inform residents about the voting process itself.
The Yes4Haddenham campaign therefore has to generate its own funds in order to create and distribute information leaflets that explain why a YES vote is so important.
If you're unsure why we need to vote YES, please see this short summary.
Can you help us raise funds, please?
However much or little you can contribute, all funds donated will help us to communicate with everyone in Haddenham to encourage a YES vote.
We hope you share our desire for Haddenham residents to have a say over what planning applications are approved or rejected by AVDC, and will want to help us achieve acceptance of the Neighbourhood Plan.
Please make a contribution to the Yes4Haddenham Campaign. To do so, click here.
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