High Street, behind Methodist Church
Conference Room, HVH
By Haddenham Webteam - 21st June 2022 8:00pm
At the suggestion of Mr Smart, the deputy headmaster at Haddenham Community Junior School, Harpers estate agents have kindly sponsored the school's new competition sports T-shirts,
As a local business Harpers are keen to contribute to the local community.
Office manager Penny Winton was particulalrly enthusiastic:
"The schools here in Haddenham are so wonderful and they are extremely appreciative of the support we can offer."
"Although we have only been open in Haddenham a few months we are delighted to have been able to help with drink donations for the Junior School's Jubilation event, provide support for the Haddenham Gates 10K run (for St Mary's CE School, the Junior School and the Community Infant School), and now sports tops for the Junior school."
"We at Harpers wish to continue to build and maintain relationships with all the local schools and we look forward to all their upcoming events."
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