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Les Stocker's Funeral Details

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The funeral of Les Stocker, founder of Tiggywinkles, will be held on Tuesday 2nd August at 11.30am, at St Mary's Church, Haddenham.

If you are a local resident please can you walk to the church, or at least consider parking your car away from Church End and walk to the church?

The Parish Council has also asked people not to park on the grass at Church End, please.

The formal announcement of Les' passing can be read here.

You can read a tribute to Les here

Please note that on the day of the funeral, Tiggywinkles will be open to receive any animal casualties as usual, but the Visitor Centre will be closed on that day, Tuesday 2nd August 2016.

Image courtesy of Jeff Moore

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