By Haddenham Webteam - 10th November 2021 12:01am
We are very sad to note that Christina Jeffery is standing down from her role as the Haddenham correspondent for the Bucks Herald newspaper, after 26 years reporting news and events for the local community.
Her first Haddenham column was published in September 1995, just six months after the Bucks Herald launched its Neighbourhood News pages.
Christina has now decided, with some difficulty, that the time has come to retire, allowing her more time to spend with her family.
As Christina says in her final newspaper column on Wednesday 10th November 2021:
"I should like to thank all who have contributed news and information about forthcoming events that they are organising. Thanks also go to those who have made appreciative comments on my output."
"It would be lovely if someone could take on the mantle of village correspondent to the Bucks Herald, for the benefit of those without access to the internet, or who still prefer their news in newspaper format."
Offers for this voluntary role please to email@example.com
The Haddenham website team is hopeful that Christina will continue to contribute to this online platform from time to time.
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