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Local mums and friends of Puddleducks organised a Cakes & Coffee Morning on Wednesday 22nd May, to help raise further funds for Dom and Sylvi, from Cafe Cibo.

To read the latest update on Dom's progress, please see our dedicated page by clicking here

The Cakes & Coffee Morning raised the grand sum of £830 !

So, when added to the individual donations being made through our Make-a-Donation site, which currently stands at £3,000, the Haddenham community has so far donated £3,830 to help Dom & Sylvi.

What a wonderful testimony to the affection with which they are held in our village.

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