Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 17th March 2015 6:00pm
A delightful 'Dragon Hat' has been found lost and forlorn in Haddenham. It needs re-uniting with its owner.
It has been waiting outside Mary's house in Sheerstock for a couple of weeks, waiting for its owner to pass by.
Mary has brought it in to avoid more rain, but she would love to return it to its owner.
We hope someone knows its owner and can prompt them to re-claim the Dragon.
Mary can be reached by telephone on: 290920
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