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Cafe Cibo Re-opens
Robbie at Cafe Cibo

Recent visitors to Banks Parade will have been delighted to see Cafe Cibo open once again. The cafe is now under new management, in the capable hands of Carmela Gaggiano. Pictured is her young colleague Robbie Herbert.

Cafe Cibo is open from 9.30am — 4.30pm on weekdays, and from 9.30am — 2.00pm on Saturdays. It is hoped that evening dining will be available from October, and we will keep you posted here on Haddenham.net.

Friends of Dom Pisapia will be pleased to learn that he continues to make progress in the specialist Neuro-rehabilitation Centre at Amersham Hospital, but saddened to think that he is unlikely to return to the cafe. We wish him well in his continuing journey of recovery .

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