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We know that many folk in the village have busy diaries, and like to plan things well in advance. So here's an event for the Autumn that you may wish to note down now.

For the third year running the popular Haddenham Hoedown (yee-hah!) returns to the Village Hall on Saturday 8th October at 7:30pm.

Dig out your denim and checks for a night of barn dancing with a brilliant live band and caller. There's also a fabulous auction and cash bar, all in aid of Haddenham Puddleducks Pre-School.

Tickets cost £17.50, including a fish & chip supper, and are available from fundraisingpuddleducks@gmail.com or by calling 07881 427129.

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