Christian Aid Week 2023

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The Annual Christian Aid week fundraising will be held in the village with envelopes being delivered to homes in Haddenham from 14th-20th May.

They will not be collected by the volunteers but instead you are invited to come along to our Coffee Morning at the Methodist Church, High Street, on Saturday 20th May between 10am-12noon where you can drop off your envelope (or collect one if you didn't receive one) to donate to Christian Aid.

Alternatively, please drop off your envelope at any of the following addresses:

  • St Mary's Centre letterbox
  • The Old Orchard on White Hart Lane
  • 21 Rosemary Lane

Or donate online here

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