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Haddenham Chronicles No.19

The 19th Issue of The Haddenham Chronicles has just been published by the Haddenham Museum Trust.

Its 64 pages, some of them in colour for the first time, contain articles on subjects ranging from the 13th century to the present day, including Ponnie, Snakemoor Nature Reserve, the village Board School, a Royal Visit, the Baptist burial ground and the architecture of the Parish Church.

Chronicles 19 is on sale in the Museum (open Tuesday mornings and Sunday afternoons) and Blooming Fruity, price £4 (£3 for Museum members).

It will also be available at Michael Whitney's annual slide show on Thursday April 7th in the Methodist Church at 7.30pm and then at the Maypole dancing on the Green on Saturday 7th May.

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