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Local pupils from Haddenham Community Junior School hosted a cake sale last week — raising a fantastic £373.06 for Macmillan Cancer Care.

The event saw home-made cakes, muffins and biscuits being sold in the school for a scrumptious bargain at 20p each, to all school year groups at lunchtime to help raise vital funds.

Commenting on the event, Head Teacher Andy Leach said: "We're delighted we've been able to do our bit in support of such a fantastic cause, that touches the lives of so many local people. Thank you to all our children (and parents) for supporting this great event."

For more information about Haddenham Community Junior School, please visit the website.

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