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Remembrance Display 2020
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Commemoration of Remembrance Sunday in Haddenham 2020

Due to the national lockdown, attendance at the Act of Remembrance this year needed to be significantly reduced.

The service, which was conducted at the war memorial on Sunday morning, 8th Novemberneeded to comply with current Government guidance.

Photographs of the Act of Remembrance in Haddenham can be viewed in the Galleries section of this website — see here

Virtual Remembrance Service:

To assist residents in paying their own respects at home, a pre-recording of the ceremony of wreath laying in Haddenham is now available for viewingsee here

Residents may also wish to view the Remembrance display in the porch of St Mary's Church, which is open from 9.30am until 2.30pm daily (and until 4.00pm on Sunday 8th November).

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