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We are delighted to report that Haddenham.net has been part of a good news story.

Local resident Beth has written to let us know of a happy ending, following a post on Haddenham.net which resulted in a happy four-year-old (her daughter, Amber) being reunited with her bear (Becci Bear).

Said Beth: "It's a special bear as it's a memento from Amber's experience of being a bridesmaid for her cousin a year ago."

"It's a build-a-bear with recorded message inside from the bride to the bridesmaid to say thank you."

A haddenham resident found it on the street and posted a message which we saw and then got in touch and had a handover."

The photo shows Amber and Becci — a delightful image for everyone to enjoy!

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