By Haddenham Webteam - 14th November 2013 5:06pm
The world is catching up with insights that Haddenham residents have long-since recognised: our Buckinghamshire village is a lovely place to live!
Haddenham.net provides a glimpse of the vast range of community activities enjoyed within Haddenham, and now no less a publication than the Daily Telegraph has acknowledged that our village is especially attractive place to enjoy an active and satisfying retirement.
To quote that august journal:
Villages like Haddenham offer "a non-stop diet of musical evenings and productions of Lady Windermere's Fan. The result is a real sense of community — perfectly epitomised by Haddenham, the Paris of the Aylesbury Vale"
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