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Kaleidoscope Ladies

Haddenham based ladies group "Kaleidoscope" had been planning their Christmas tree since September. They had been hoping to raise money for a local foodbank charity but are now delighted to be able to participate in the village Festive Trail.

There is no doubt that some people will suffer this winter and may not be able to pay bills and buy necessities for their family. The 'Sharing Life Trust' based in Thame, not only provides foodstuffs but will help with those bills. To do this it needs our input. It was Kaleidoscope's original intention to support the foodbank. If you are able and happy to do so please think about donating some money.

Money can be donated online through Haddenham Methodist Church Society. Sort code 30-90-38. Account Number 07148731 or donations can be put through the letterbox of Stockwell Barn, 3 Kemps Piece off the High Street. This is the house nearest Kaleidoscope's Christmas Tree "Heartfelt Christmas Wishes".

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