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Do you know of elderly or vulnerable residents who would benefit from assistance during this period of 'lockdown'?

In a co-ordinated effort by the Village Society, the Parish Council and the Fish Scheme, there are dozens of local volunteers ready and waiting to help with food shopping and collection of prescriptions.

Please help the target group to understand that they are not being "a burden" in asking for help. The volunteers are very keen to assist.

Click on the PDF for a summary dcocument that can be printed for a hard copy

Here are the contact details:

Email (preferred): help@haddenham-bucks-pc.gov.uk

Phone : 07760 458079

Home Delivery from Shops

Home delivery services are also available, direct from local suppliers. See the following for a list, complete with contact details and ordering information:

https://www.haddenham.net/newsroom/listing-of-local-suppliers.html

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