Bernard Hall, Cuddington
Waddesdon Community Centre HP18 0LX
By Haddenham Webteam - 27th June 2013 6:48pm
Please note that we fully respect the desire of some local parents and carers not to have photographs of their children appearing in the public domain. They have their own reasons and these are none of our business. We wish to honour their wishes.
Some images of the 'Pirates' Musical Presentation by the pupils of Haddenham Community Infant School have therefore been edited to protect the identity of some children. Copies of un-edited photos can be made available to relevant parents, via Tasha Alleyne in the school office, if any parents would like to keep a copy of the original image.
We hope that this does not detract from the pleasure of those parents who enjoy seeing their children's activities displayed on the community website. To see the images, please click here.
Keith Milmer, website editor.
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