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Cafe Cibo Closed

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Cafe Cibo Closure Notice

We are saddened to report that, as of Friday 16th May, Cafe Cibo has been closed.

A notice has been posted on the door of the Italian style cafe on Banks Parade by solicitors acting on behalf of the Landlord. This indicates that the property and presumably all its contents have been repossessed.

Haddenham residents who are relatively new to the village may not be aware that the former chef and co-owner of the business had a very serious stroke in the early part of 2013, and despite the very best efforts of his former wife and family to keep the business running, the cafe has struggled to re-establish its former success.

If you have a commercial or legal interest in the premises, we understand that the solicitors acting in this matter are Parrott & Coales of 14 Boughton Street, Aylesbury (Tel: 01296 318500).

We shall watch with interest to see what new business venture emerges, and will keep you posted on this website.

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