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Haddenham Chronicle No.17

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Issue 17 of 'The Haddenham Chronicles' has been published and is available for purchase at Blooming Fruity.

These fascinating booklets offer wonderful insights into Haddenham's past, and the lastest edition provides a pot pourri of topics ranging from the 16th century to the present day.

Highlights include:

  • Alan Rose telling what happened in the village school during WW2 and how the village celebrated the end of the war.
  • John Carnell remembering his youth
  • Roger Newton's cycling exploits
  • Bruce Alexander on the history of the Green Dragon
  • The history of Haddenham Village Society

... and lots more!

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