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Looking to become a little more active, while gaining some new friends and social contacts in Haddenham? Then why not consider indoor (short mat) bowls?

The Haddenham Short Mat Bowls Club is a friendly club to which new members are always welcome, and no experience is required.

We meet in Haddenham Village Hall on Tuesdays at 7pm, where we have four mats and about 50 members.

As well as social bowling we have two teams in the Aylesbury Vale League.

Just turn up on a Tuesday evening from 7pm and enjoy.

For more information, please contact June Swash: r.swash@btinternet.com or David Gander: davidgander@hotmail.co.uk Tel: 291151

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