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Annual Parish Meeting

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The Annual Parish Meeting takes place tomorrow evening, Friday 5th May in Haddenham village hall, starting at 7.00pm

All residents are invited to attend and learn of the work of the parish council on behalf of the community over the last 12 months.

Refreshments will be served.

The following development companies will be present with displays of their plans for new housing and
community facilities for the village:

  • CALA homes — Dollicott and Airfield sites
  • Dandara — Aston Road site
  • Astonhill — Churchway site
  • Rectory Homes — Stanbridge Road

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