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Many Haddenham residents were extremely saddened when they heard, in 2013, that Dom Pisapia, former owner and cook of Cafe Cibo, had suffered a serious stroke, and so was unable to continue offering his wonderful cuisine and hospitality on Banks Parade. Here is a brief note from him to the Haddenham community, received on Thursday 11th June 2015:

"I just wanted to say a big thank you for all your help.

I am recovering in the PC Rehabilitation and Care Home in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, where I am doing well.

Please can I keep in touch with you?

My heart is always in Haddenham and the community — I love you all."

Dom Pisapia

Email: ciaobella39@hotmail.com

Eagle Wood Neurological Care Centre, Peterborough: website

Eagle Wood Neurological Care Centre
Bretton Way
Peterborough
PE3 8DE
(sat nav PE3 8DD)

Tel: 01733 516 300
Email: enquiries@pjcare.co.uk

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