Community Infant School
Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Graham Oliver - 10th October 2014 7:15am
Haddenham Age Concern's recent quiz proved to be a fierce contest between a number of teams, whose final scores were very close.
However, the winners of the 'bubbly' first prize were Bonkers for Conkers, who pipped everyone else to the post. Almost one hundred players enjoyed a fun evening and a fish and chip supper.
Ticket sales combined with the proceeds of the raffle to benefit HADAC's funds by more than £600, which was a great boost for the charity's work in support of Haddenham's senior residents.
Thanks go to all those people who helped to make this another great success.
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