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Do you have children to entertain? Thinking ahead to the challenges of the half-term holidays (23rd — 27th October)? There's always lots to do in Buckinghamshire!

A useful source of information and ideas is the Bucks Family Information website.

It offers a useful search directory and includes a 'narrow by category' option to search, or simply use the keyword search box.

You can also check out what's on today by searching the calendar. The website editor has also added a location filter so you can search for what's on local to us here in Haddenham.

It's also worth keeping an eye on Haddenham.net, of course!

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Haddenham Webteam: Fri 14 May 1:43pm

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Clare Abbott: Thu 13 May 7:30pm

Adrienne Ward's funeral will be held at Bierton Crematorium on Tuesday 18th May at 2pm. The Cortege will be passing through the village at 1.15pm, starting from Wilsons undertakers and travelling up Townside to the crossroads by the Rising Sun, through Fort End, past Banks Parade and along Woodways past the schools and then on to Bierton Crematorium.There will also be a Thanksgiving...