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By Haddenham Webteam - 26th June 2015 12:00pm
Do you have significant reservations about the Neighbourhood Plan?
Are you intending to vote 'NO' in the local referendum on Thursday 16th July?
Might you be prepared to share your concerns with others?
Haddenham Village Society is hosting a public meeting at the Junior School on Tuesday 7th July to present a summary of the Neighbourhood Plan and help local residents to understand the implications of voting 'Yes' or 'No'. The meeting will commence at 7.30pm.
The challenge for the Village Society is finding an individual who would be prepared to offer their concerns and to 'put the case' for a NO vote.
The desire is to present both sides of the argument, so that Haddenham residents can make up their own minds ahead of the local referendum.
If you're prepared to discuss the Neighbourhood Plan referendum and present the 'NO' case, please get in touch as soon as possible with the editor of Haddeham.net
Email: email@example.com or telephone: 290244
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