Community Infant School
Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 27th January 2014 10:00am
Did you miss the opportunity to view and comment on the draft ideas for Haddenham's Neighbourhood Plan at the weekend?
What's the Neighbourhood Plan, you ask? For an explanation, please see here.
During the coming weeks, there will be various additional opportunities to express your point of view in terms of how Haddenham should develop in the coming 15 years or so.
The next opportunity will be on Sunday 2nd February, at "Cafe Plus" in the village hall, from 9.30am-11.30am.
Why not pop in and see the display boards showing how the Neighbourhood Plan is shaping up, and leave you own comments in response on the reply cards available?
And while you're there, you'll be able to enjoy some wonderful freshly brewed coffee (just like the major high street providers) and a tempting bacon butty — all available free-of-charge, courtesy of St Mary's Church.
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