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John Bercow Visits Infant School

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Last Friday afternoon, 6th March, Haddenham Community Infant School's School Council met with the Rt Hon. John Bercow.

John, as he introduced himself to the children, met with our Year One and Two School Learning Council to discuss the work the children of Haddenham did voicing their opinions and wishes for Haddenham in the light of the Neighbourhood plan. The children told John what they liked about living in Haddenham and their hopes and wishes for the future.

Mr Bercow listened carefully to the children and looked through the children's scrap books of which they are incredibly proud.

One of the children's concerns about living in the village was about the volume of dog walkers and suitable places to walk pets.

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