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As we awaken today with a range of feelings about outcome of the General Election, here is some wonderful news to lift the hearts of Haddenham residents, irrespective of their party political leanings:

The Neighbourhood Plan has passed independent examination with minor amendments — the examiner's report will be on the Parish Council's NP website as soon as possible and on AVDC's website tomorrow (Saturday).

The next step is the local referendum — assuming that AVDC agree — in the next couple of months. We believe this has to be minimum of six weeks after the election.

Lead Parish Councillor for the Neighbourhood Plan, Andy Fell, will aim to get a flyer round all the houses in Haddenham and start the formal communication process as soon as he has a date.

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