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The second issue of Signposts, the newsletter from Haddenham Safe Walking and Cycling group (HaddSWAC), has just been published.

Signposts raises points of interest and concern about our village's streets and footpaths, and invites comment.

The new issue includes the following topics:

  • A point-of-view on Streetscape (the ongoing Parish Council project affecting our streets and footpaths)
  • A radical idea for the heart of the village
  • Opinion on the journey to school
  • Driving the 'Haddenham Way'

The new issue can be accessed here and all numbers are collected on the Haddenham Safe Walking and Cycling page of the Village Society website here.

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