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Haddenham Village Society's Autumn season of meetings commences on Thursday 9th October, when it will host a presentation and discussion on 'The Future Transport for Haddenham'. The meeting will take place at the Community Junior School, commencing at 8.00pm. This will be an opportunity to learn of future plans for Chiltern Railways and our station. A representative from Arriva-Shires buses will also be speaking. So, a good chance to ask those questions you may have about your travel problems or ideas. Light refreshments will be available, as always. Further information from Brian Cole, Email: jbcoleuk@aol.com

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