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Fete Funds Distribution 2017

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Village Fete 10

The Haddenham Fete Committee has announced that funds raised from this year's event have been distributed to the following good causes:

Haddenham Community Library £500
Haddenham Cycle Training £500
Florence Nightingale Charity £500
Defibrillator at HCIS £500
Haddenham Community Vehicle £500
Haddenham Community Infant School £500
Village Parochial Charity £200
60-Plus Club £200
Whiteleaf Centre £200
Baptist church £500
Abbeyfield £500
St Mary's Centre roller shutter £500

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