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By Haddenham Webteam - 11th June 2022 12:30pm
Haddenham Sports & Social Club is changing, as you may have noticed already from the outside. It is being rebranded and renamed "The Whistler" with a new Committee on board and new Club Steward appointed.
The Whistler will continue to provide a social space for all ages and families within the Haddenham Community and is currently undergoing extensive refurbishment with the first phase being completed for the re-opening on Friday 17th June at 3:00pm.
There is also a plan to provide a patio area with outdoor seating and refurbishment of the bar area.
The Whistler will remain a non-profit venue, offering members access to all the Sporting TV channels, Pool table and low-price beverage (alcoholic and non-alcoholic).
The Whistler must be a "member's club" to facilitate its status of a non-profit venue and allow everyone in the community to benefit.
Membership renewal starts from 1st September 2022 but in the meantime if you are currently not a member, please feel free to pop in and have a drink whilst you make up your mind. The bar staff would be more than happy to sign you in as a guest.
You can Join the Facebook and Instagram page to be keep updated on our refurbishment, opening times and future events: @thewhistlerhaddenham.
The new Committee are committed to the success of The Whistler but without members this will not be possible so they are looking forward to welcoming current, old and new members when they re-open.
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