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Tim Armitt and his team are pleased to announce that Haddenham's traditional village fete held in the village this Summer raised almost £5,000.

Thanks are, once again, extended to all the individuals and organisations that helped to make this event such a key feature of village life.

Monies to local good causes are now in the process of being distributed, on the following basis:

Baptist Church £1,000
Hadddenham Community Library £800
St Mary's Centre £300
Allotments £300
"Holiday at Home" £200
Youth Cafe £500
Florence Nightingale Hospice £250
Community Orchard £200
Snakemoor Nature Reserve £200
Puddleducks Pre-school £200
Haddenham Community Vehicle £800

If you would like to apply to the Haddenham Fete Committee for a charitable donation of behalf of a Haddenham-based organisation next year, please Email: haddenhamfete@aol.com

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