High Street, behind Methodist Church
Conference Room, HVH
By Haddenham Webteam - 2nd September 2013 2:42pm
Puddleducks pre-school, which operates in the Scout & Guide Centre, has just overhauled the garden and are left with 16 bags of rubbish and a pallet to dispose of. The bags are quite heavy but the staff are happy to help with lifting.
Ideally, they are hoping to find a man with a van who could help out the charity by taking them away. Puddleducks would need the rubbish cleared by this Wednesday end-of-day before Puddleducks starts again on Thursday 5th September.
If you can help, please telephone 07821 581668 or email Kathryn at: email@example.com
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