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We are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Ray Sisson, proprietor of Ivor Miles Garage.

Ray has been a major contributor to village life, having provided fuel and vehicle servicing in Haddenham for over forty years,

The first ten years were in premises in High Street, on a plot now devoted to housing at Kemps Piece, and for the last 30 years (with the faithful assistance of wife, Irene) in the Ivor Miles garage in Churchway.

Ray's funeral service will take place on Monday 5th November at St Mary's Church, commencing at 11.00am

This will be followed by a private cremation service.

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