Church End War Memorial
By Haddenham Webteam - 1st July 2013 12:00pm
Two local mums, Lucy Dowson and Caroline Cooper, ran the Thame 10K on Sunday, to raise money for Dom and Sylvi, at Cafe Cibo. Both achieved really impressive times — well under 55 minutes. Trust us, that's fantastic — our warmest congratulations to them both.
If you would like to support this very worthy cause (and reward Lucy and Caroline for their physical efforts!) please give whatever you can!
If you would prefer to donate online, please go to our Make-a-Donation link.
There are also collection boxes in the two infant schools, the Kings Head & Rose & Thistle pubs, and the White Hart Studio gift shop. These collection boxes will be taken away after Tuesday 2nd July — so please be quick if you're going to chip in via that route.
Thank you for your support!
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