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Haddenham residents, Jan and Jon Backhouse, are organising some fundraising events for the Macmillan Cancer Support charity.

The first is an Open House day, from 9.30am — 4.30pm on Monday 28th October. Join Jan & Jon for coffee and refreshments and browse their selection of charity Christmas cards, home cooked wares, Jan's pies, natural beauty products and gift ideas. Plus a Lucky Number Draw and a raffle! All welcome!

The location: 5 Potash Close, Haddenham HP17 8JY.
For more information, please telephone: 01844 290362

The second event is a 'Girlie Night' on the same date, 7pm for 7.30pm start.
Come and enjoy:

  • Mini Facial
  • Body Wrap

Book in and make a donation. Bring a friend — the more the merrier!

RSVP for evening event: 01844 290362

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