High Street, behind Methodist Church
Conference Room, HVH
By Haddenham Webteam - 2nd February 2014 8:45am
Alison Watt, the Allotment Secretary, tells us that a few allotments have just become available for people who live in Haddenham. However, if no one from Haddenham takes them up, they will be let to people from outside the village rather than be left empty. If anyone is interested, please contact Alison on 01844 292544 or Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
There was a delivery of manure in October to each of the three car parks. There is still some left on the car park furthest from the gate. I hope to get another delivery at the end of February, when things are a little drier. If anyone would like some, or has not paid for any from the last lot, please contact me, Alison (as above). It is £5 for up to 6 barrow-loads.
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