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Haddenham Parish Council is looking for a successor to Gill Dudley in the role of Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer. Gill will be a tough act to follow, having served the local community in this role for no less than 26 years! But a successor needs to be found.

This weekend is the last chance to apply, so if you've been toying with the idea of taking on this role, you'd better make a final decision and get your application in straight away!

To get hold of an application form over this weekend, please contact David Truesdale
Tel: 01844 291407
Email: david.truesdale@chg.org.uk

or the editor of this website, Keith Milmer:
Tel: 01844 290244
Email: haddenham.net@hotmail.com

You've got until Sunday to complete and submit it.

For more details, see here

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