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A big thank you to everyone who supported, watched, took part or heckled the Haddenham Mummers in the run up to Christmas 2015.

In total we raised £1,933 which is a brilliant sum for our four charities:

  • Haddenham Community Library
  • The Finley Newell Equipment and Mobility Fund
  • The Community Orchard and
  • MPS (Society for Mucopolysaccharide Diseases)

They will each receive between £400 — £500.

In total we have now raised in excess of £25,000 which again is a tremendous achievement and testament to the generosity of the people of Haddenham.

We are very proud of our history and tradition — the future looks even brighter for the Marvellous Mummers.

And a very Happy Christmas to all our local supporters!

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