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The draft Dog Control orders proposed by Haddenham Parish Council have raised a lot of debate and generated strongly differing opinions.

Three Counties Radio hosted a discussion on Wednesday morning, 27th August, featuring interviews with Councillor David Lyons and Haddenham residents, Freda Dorrell and Sir Roderick Floud.

If you happen to have recorded the interviews, please could you contact the editor of Haddenham.net via email at: haddenham.net@hotmail.com

The issue of Dog Control orders will be formally discussed at the next public meeting of Haddenham Parish Council on Monday 1st September. The meeting takes place in the Walter Rose Room in the village hall, and starts at 7.30pm.

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