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Dennis at Ivor Miles Garage

Dennis Vincent, the very longstanding fuel attendant at Ivor Miles garage in Churchway, has decided to retire after nearly 30 years' serving fuel to the motorists of Haddenham and the surrounding areas.

Dennis has been an outstanding member of the Ivor Miles team and, in all weathers, been at the forefront of the business.

Many local residents will recall that, despite his senior years, Dennis even helped to thwart an attempted robbery at the garage four years ago.

Says Irene Sisson:

"For the last 30 years Dennis has built a strong relationship with many if not all of our customers.
I'm sure local residents will wish to join me in thanking Dennis for all his efforts.

I thank you for your friendship and I hope you have a wonderful retirement, Dennis — you thoroughly deserve it."

The Haddenham.net team and the local community would certainly wish to support Irene's sentiments.

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