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Haddenham is a rapidly growing settlement and a major attraction is its easy railway links to London and Oxford.

Next Wednesday (22nd February) the Village Society is hosting a talk on:

'The Recent History and Impact of the Railway at Haddenham'

Organisers anticipate that this will be an instructive evening, examining the important effects that the railway is having on the future of Haddenham.

The talk will be led by David Heathfield of Chiltern Railways and he will be joined by local estate agent, Tim Russ.

Non-members are most welcome.

Venue: the Community Library starting at 8pm

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