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On Saturday 30th April Haddenham & District Rotary we will be hosting another of its popular 'End Polio' quiz nights in the Village Hall, 7pm for a prompt 7.30pm start.

Tables of 8 — organisers will be pleased to seat you with others to make up a Table

Tickets £12.50 from: quiz@haddenhamrotary.org

Or by Text/Phone: 07743 383 337

Ticket price includes a Ploughman's Supper — please bring your own drinks and cutlery

400 million children are immunised against polio every year.

Help Rotary to eradicate Polio, worldwide.

For every £1.00 that Rotary raises, the Bill Gates Foundation gives another £2.00

Information also available on the Haddenham Rotary website here: www.haddenhamrotary.org.uk

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