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Haddenham Community Infant School is planning to create new outdoor facilities for their children and ideas include a role play area, a den building area and an archaeology area. In the meantime, staff are on the lookout for some resources to help with this project. In particular, the school needs several wooden pallets for its 'mud cooker' and staff are finding it hard to source these. If there are any builders out there who could help the Infant School with this need, then please pop into the school or telephone Tasha Alleyne on 291207 and let her know.

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