By Haddenham Webteam - 2nd January 2014 4:15pm
Are you aware of the existence of Haddenham Village Society? The Society holds talks, presentations, organises outings & excursions, manages fundraising events, supports community & activity groups, makes representations on planning applications and other issues affecting our village.
The Aims of the Haddenham Village Society are:
- To reflect the culture of the village, drawing from the traditions and ambiance of the past, evolving to encompass the aims and living styles of the present, to preserve the quality of life and provide a heritage for the future
- To emphasise that Haddenham is an agreeable location in which to live, with a strong sense of community both in fabric and in spirit
- To champion the visual appeal of the village, whilst recognising the need for appropriate development of housing , businesses, shops, services roads and other amenities within the village
- To be a point of contact for new arrivals and to existing residents
You can see a summary of all the activities and events being organised by the Village Society in 2014 by visiting the HVS website
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