By Haddenham Webteam - 24th May 2018 10:45am
The Haddenham Fish Scheme has been running in Haddenham for well over 40 years
It is a charity whose main aim is to provide transport for Haddenham residents in need.
It is run by a team of volunteers (approximately 80 in number at present) who take people on trips to, for example, the medical centre, hospital and dentist appointments, the hairdressers, local shopping etc.
The scheme carries out in excess of 900 lifts each year — an invaluable service for Haddenham residents.
The Fish Scheme AGM will be held at No.2 High Street on Thursday evening, 24th May, commencing at 7.30pm.
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