Bernard Hall Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 5th January 2019 12:15pm
The Haddenham Mummers had another excellent year and thanks to the generosity of the people in Haddenham and the surrounding area we raised a total of £2,384.92. A marvelous total which makes all the hard work visiting the pubs very worthwhile.
We couldn't do it on our own and we would like to thank the following for making this possible:
*Roger at Motts Travel
*Emily at The Egg House Butchery
*Haddenham Beer Festivals Trust
* and all of the pubs, restaurants and cafes for their generous support at the performances.
We will be making donations to the following organisations at 7:00pm on Saturday 2nd February in the Rising Sun.
Please come along if you can as this is a brilliant occasion when we get to meet the inspirational people who will make use of this money we raise for the benefit of others.
- Rejuvenation of Green Lane £250-00
- Haddenham Hopefuls £100-00
- Haddenham.net £50-00
- Red Kite Radio £50-00
- MPS £480-00
- Helen & Douglas House £480-00
- Community Library £480-00
- Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway £480-00
Many thanks everyone.
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