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Can you assist staff at Haddenham Medical Centre and local police to identify those responsible for causing damage to the car park entry sign?

Earlier this week staff noticed damage to the sign and to the nearby hedge, and tyre markings on the car park surface suggesting that the space had been used for 'doughnut'-style activities or similar.

Have you noticed damage to a local "boy-racer's" car or mortorbike in the last few days? Do you have any other information that could be helpful to local police?

If so, please contact the Practice Manager on 01844 293300
or telephone Thames Valley Police on 101

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