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The Annual Meeting of the Parish Council takes place on Friday 9th May, in the village hall, starting at 7.30pm. There will be a short round-up on the past year by the chairman, Cllr Margaret Aston, followed by an opportunity for attendees to visit the various displays/ask questions/enjoy refreshments. The evening will end with another round-up and a time for general questions.

All residents are very welcome to attend, and hear about the activities of the Parish Council on behalf of residents over the last 12 months.

There will also be presentations from a number of village organisations that contribute significantly to the community life of Haddenham.

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