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Sue Roberts

Our warmest congratulations to Sue Roberts, head teacher of Haddenham Community Junior School, who was married in Aylesbury at the weekend (6th July).

Following the service at Aylesbury Register Office and a reception in Westcott, lots of friends and family continued the celebrations at Sue's home — taking full advantage of the delightful summer weather we are currently enjoying (at last!) with a party in the garden.

The celebrations included a hotly contested table tennis tournament — the title ultimately going to Sue's son.

We suspect that a name change may be on the cards in the near future, and no doubt the school pupils will quickly adjust, but in the meantime we wish Sue and her partner, Richard, every happiness together.

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