By Haddenham Webteam - 7th May 2020 1:00pm
Marking 75 years since VE Day tomorrow (Friday 8th May) is going to be rather constrained by Covid-19, of course.
The Wychert Vale Benefice (which comprises the churches in Haddenham, Aston Sandford, Cuddington, Kingsey, Dinton and Stone) will be recognising the event with two online services — one for adults and one designed specifically for families with children, in "school assembly" style.
You can find these services (in that order) here:
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