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Touch of Frost_Bruce Alexander

On Wednesday 13th October, Haddenham Village Society is hosting a presentation by Bruce Alexander, local resident, actor and historian, entitled 'From Haddenham to Frost'.

Bruce will be exploring his love of history, specifically as it relates to the Saxon origins of Haddenham and he will be pleased to answer any questions on the 'highs and lows' of 30 years as a stage and screen actor.

The meeting will take place in the community library commencing at 8.00pm.

This will be the village society's first "in person" event for quite some time.

Non-members are very welcome.

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