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Calling all groups looking for speakers at their meetings!

Would you like a talk about a national cancer charity which had its origins in Haddenham?

Pat and David Aylett are available to give talks about the Lymphoma Association, a charity which supports all those affected by Lymphatic Cancer. Founded by village resident Felicity Hilder and her late husband Tim, this is the story of a small support group organised from their kitchen table which grew to become a large national charity with its Head Office in Aylesbury.

Along the way, you will learn about periwinkles too!

For more information, please get in contact with Pat Aylett — Tel: 01296 614062
or Email: dpaylett@btinternet.com

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