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By Haddenham Webteam - 16th April 2023 9:00am
The Annual Parish Meeting (APM) is on Wednesday 19th April at 7.00pm. This is a meeting of the electors of Haddenham Parish (not the Parish Council) and features an open forum for electors to ask questions and raise issues.
The meeting will also include a presentation on the Haddenham Streetscape project and a talk on the work of the Parish Council over the past year, as well as stands from local groups.
Joining us at the APM this year will be:
* Zero Carbon Haddenham
* Haddenham Safe Walking and Cycling Group
* Haddenham Baptist Church 'Hat & Boots' appeal
* The operators of the Haddenham and Thame Electric Vehicle Car Hire Club — 3B Car Hire
The APM will be held at the new Airfield Pavilion on Tibbs Road.
This will be the first time the new pavilion has been open to the public, so why not come along, enjoy some refreshments and find out more about what is going on in the village?
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