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By Haddenham Webteam - 7th January 2020 12:30pm
Congratulation to the Haddenham Mummers — another year of impressive fundraising for their chosen charities.
In total they raised £2,935 in the period up to Christmas 2019, which is pretty amazing!
They would like to thank all those people and the venues that support them.
The money is going to be split between:
Helen and Douglas House
Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation
Haddenham Community Library
Chinnor and Princes Risborough Steam Railway
Snakemoor Nature Reserve
(Plus smaller donations to red Kite Radio and Haddenham.net)
The Mummers will be holding their cheque presentation evening on Saturday 25th January in the Rising Sun, at 7:00pm. Everyone is welcome.
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