Anywhere you choose!
Wherever You Are!
By Haddenham Webteam - 23rd November 2019 5:00pm
Are you, or an organisation you represent, looking for a local venue to hold regular meetings?
If so, here are some helpful pointers:
Haddenham Village Hall
Youth & Community Centre
(Next to the Junior School)
Tel: 01844 292159
Haddenham Community Library
Tel: 01296 387865 or drop in and speak to the library manager during opening hours
St Mary's Centre
St Mary's Centre has a large hall with a kitchen area, plus two smaller rooms, available for hire through the Parish Office.
Tel: 01844 291108
Office opening hours: Monday to Friday 10.00am to 12 noon
Community Infant School Hall
Tel: 01844 291207
Scout & Guide Centre
Hall at Banks Park, available for hire.
Richard Kendall, Chairman of Scout & Guide Association
Tel: 01844 290788
Bradmoor Farm offers a large function room that easily holds up to 250 people and can be set up in many different ways, giving control and flexibility for your event.
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