Snakemoor Nature Reserve
By Haddenham Webteam - 12th August 2019 7:30pm
Supporters of the Haddenham Syrian Family Project would like to let everyone know that if you visit Waitrose in Thame throughout August the Project is one of the nominated charities for Community Matters (green token charity boxes by the exit).
The more green tokens that are put in, the greater the share of £1000 the charity will receive!
So please consider supporting us if you happen to be shopping in Waitrose Thame this month.
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