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We watched with interest as filming took place at Church End back in October, when a rural vicar cycled repeatedly between Manor Farm and St Mary's Centre, past a fictitious public telephone box by the pond.

Details here.

The resulting production is now airing as part of the latest Halifax advertisement.

Haddenham has been the home of a number of celebrities and VIPs over the years — even the Muppets paid us a significant visit some years ago — but somehow it escaped our attention that Lady Penelope lived here, secreted away in her mansion in the heart of Haddenham's conservation area.

But now we know ....

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