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The Haddenham Gang Show takes place in the Village Hall on Saturday 14th March, beginning at 5pm. After about an hour there will be an interval of some 40 minutes, followed by the second half, with the whole event planned to finish by 8pm. Refreshments — tea, coffee and cake — will be available in the interval, when the raffle will be drawn.

Do go along and be entertained by our local Scouts, Guides, three Brownie Packs, Cubs, Rainbows and Beavers.

Entrance is just £2 for adults (with a free raffle ticket when you go in) and £1 for children, with all proceeds going towards supporting youth activities in the village.

The individual Scout and Guide units can be contacted through Richard Kendall, Tel: 01844 290788 Email: rkendall@btinternet.com or Diane Austin (Guiding), Tel: 01844 292046.

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