Christmas Gang Show

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The Scout & Guide movement offers a wonderful life experience to Haddenham youngsters.

This fact was so well illustrated on Sunday afternoon, 4th December, when our local Beavers, Brownies, Cubs, Scouts and Guides presented a fun-filled, talented and totally wonderful Christmas Gang Show in the village hall.

Co-ordinated by Richard Lay and the team of volunteer leaders, this dedicated group helped our local youngsters present the most uplifting, life-affirming and joyous show you could imagine.

The capacity audience was treated to a wide range of collective singing and comedy sketches, as well as individual dance pieces and musicianship to make any parent or guardian proud.

The whole event was great fun — a memorable experience for everyone involved.

Our collective and sincere thanks to everyone involved in making the Haddenham Christmas Gang Show such a wonderful celebration of life.

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