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Haddenham Community Library is running a course called "It's Only Money".

This 10 week course starts on Wednesday 27th April, and sessions begin at 7pm. (There will be a week's break over the school half term).

It's Only Money is an informal course, run by Gill Cardy from the Haddenham-based company Defaqto.

The course will cover everything from savings for young children, through all life stages, including pensions, investments and planning for a funeral, and other themes of interest to participants.

It does not involve selling products, and will focus on providing practical information as well as sources of guidance and further help.

Booking at the library is essential as there are limited spaces.
Tel: 0845 230 3232
Email: staff@haddenhamcommunitylibrary.org.uk

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