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Congrats to Tet (Ethel) Smith

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Tet (Ethel) Smith

Tet Smith (Ethel) turns 100 next Friday, 13th May.

She is a resident of Woodlands and, in celebration of this fantastic milestone, a buffet tea will be held between 12pm and 3.30pm for all her fellow Woodlands residents.

Family members will also be present, of course.

Tet served in the land army, during which time she was know as Ethel Ward

She remains active and very alert, enjoys reading and likes to take tea in the lounge at Woodlands every morning and afternoon.

The Haddenham community would like to wish Tet a Very Happy Birthday and we hope that Buckingham Palace is on the ball in terms of organising her deserved congratulatory card!

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