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Please don't be misled by our headline: despite the historical references to "silly Haddenham", this is not a comment on the intellectual capacities of particular individuals living in our village!

We are referring to a visit, apparently back in 1980, when some of our favourite Muppet characters made an unscheduled visit to Haddenham.

Their first introduction to our delightful part of Buckinghamshire was a visit to Church End.

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We are grateful to Susie Smith and Michael Talbot for reminding us of this historic event, and hope that they don't become inundated with Facebook 'friend' requests as a result!

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