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Haddenham & District Age Concern (HADAC) has organised another summer holiday for seniors, and they will be going to Eastbourne from 23rd to 27th June

This will be a "Motts Brochure" holiday, as opposed to an exclusive Age Concern outing as organised in previous years. This means that the HADAC group will share the coach with other Motts' clients.

There are still some places available for those individuals who might not otherwise be able to afford to get away for a summer break at the subsidised price of £279 per person.

HADAC would like to emphasise that they cannot provide any single rooms, since these are already over-subscribed.

For more information, please contact Stuart Monro
Tel: 292329
Email: stuart_monro2002@yahoo.co.uk

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