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Hayley Hewitt

Many residents of local towns and villages were shocked and deeply saddened to learn of the tragic death of Hayley Hewitt, following a road traffic accident in Waddesdon last Wednesday, 17th February.

Hayley was a bubbly and much loved young woman who ran the barber's shop in Fort End, Haddenham.

Customers and friends have left floral tributes outside the shop and have posted tributes and messages of sympathy and shock on Facebook as well as here on Haddenham.net

It is anticipated that many local people will wish to attend Hayley's funeral service.

This is being held at 11.30am on Friday 11th March at St Mary's Parish Church in Haddenham.

For visitors: St Mary's is at the far Southern end of the village, by the green and duck pond.
Satnav: HP17 8AH

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