Church End War Memorial
By Haddenham Webteam - 24th January 2018 4:30pm
Haddenham appeared on Channel 4 today (Wed 24 Jan 2018), as part of the series: "Village of the Year".
The ten minute clip featured the following local folk:
- Angela Hart (former Parish Council Chair)
- Ricky Jeffrey (Egg House Butchers)
- Roderick Floud (Chair of the Village Society)
- Chris Bowler (conservation builder)
- Tom Bucknell (Manor Farm) and
- Pete Summerskill (Beer Festival Committee)
If you missed the broadcast and you're looking to view it on "Catch Up" Channel 4 — Haddenham was the third of four villages featured. Our bit starts approx 32 minutes into the programme.
Otherwise, you can cut to the chase and watch the clip on Youtube, here:
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