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Recognition for 'Village News'

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Haddenham Village News, the quarterly newsletter published and distributed to all homes in the village by Haddenham Parish Council, has achieved a very commendable 91st place among over 700 entries in the National Parish Magazine Awards, 2013.

Editor and Parish Councillor, Richard Moore, was typically modest in his response:

"It's good to be in the top 100 in a national level competition, and we certainly try to provide the village of Haddenham with an informative and good looking newsletter — so it looks as if we're getting some of those elements right ... but I will endeavour to do better next year!"

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