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Roller Skating Returns!

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After a break of about six years Haddenham Rollers is being revived, thanks to Em Wood.

The club will meet in the village hall on Friday, 10th September (4.30-6.30pm), then on 8th October, 19th November and 3rd December.

Four to nine-year-olds for the first hour and 10 to 16-year-olds for the second hour.

All abilities are welcome and there are rails to hold onto on the wall in the hall with a one-way system in place.

Adults must stay with the child(ren) they bring.

Entry is £6 per child and there will be a cafĂ© serving hotdogs, tea, coffee, squash, etc.

Skates can be hired for a small charge, but bringing your own skates is advised.

Wearing helmets and pads is also strongly advised.

Unwanted skates of any size will be gratefully received.

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