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Haddenham Museum will be celebrating its 25th Anniversary with a series of talks and exhibitions on Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th November at Haddenham Methodist Church.

Bruce Alexander will be opening proceedings and launching the 20th edition of the Haddenham Chronicles.

Speakers include Matt Taylor — Haddenham resident and the BBC Lead Meteorologist, and Julian Hunt — president of the Bucks Archaeological Society.

Everyone is welcome to come along at any time and coffee and tea will be available.

The Haddenham Museum (behind the Methodist Church) will be open during of the celebrations.

Programme

Saturday 18th November

10.00 Doors open
10.30 Bruce Alexander opens proceedings and launches Chronicles 20
10.45 Premiere of Mike Stephens' new dvd on Haddenham
11.00 Peter Chamberlain talk on the History of Haddenham Airfield
12.00 Break
14.00 Matt Taylor on An Historical Look at the Big Weather Events to hit the area
15.00 The Haddenham Mummers
15.30 Michael Whitney presents a carousel of slides of old Haddenham
16.30 Doors close

Sunday 19th November

14.00 Alan Rose talk on the Gaiety Girl and other dancing girls.
14.40 Julian Hunt talk on the Long Crendon needle making business.
15.40 Diana Gulland talk on the Tythrop refugees.
16.10 Another showing of Mike Stephens' new dvd.
16.30 Doors close

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