Bradmoor Farm, Rear Car Park
By Haddenham Webteam - 12th February 2016 3:00pm
As we have reported recently, Haddenham Mummers raised £1,933 for charitable good causes in the run up to Christmas 2015.
On Thursday evening, 11th February, members of the Mummers gathered in Haddenham Community Library to present cheques to the identified charities.
Receiving the cheques from Tim Chowns were:
Larraine Gooch, on behalf of Haddenham Community Library.
Larraine lives in Dinton and is a Trustee and regular volunteer in the Library
Liz Davies, Finley Newell's Grandmother, on behalf of the Finley Newell Equipment and Mobility Fund
Jenny Hardy, on behalf of MPS (Society for Mucopolysaccharide Diseases)
David Lyons, on behalf of the Townside Community Orchard
The evening's celebrations were rounded off with an opportunity to enjoy some 'Dancing Rat' — i.e., homemade cider, courtesy of David Lyons ... Grundys of Ambridge, eat your heart out!
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