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The AGM of the Village Hall Committee is on Wednesday 23rd May and is open to all people from Haddenham and surroundings over the age of 18.

The committee is going through some change and its members are keen to involve new people who would like to work with them, developing the village hall as a key community resource at the heart of the village.

Come along and hear about the progress so far and have your say about what you feel we should be doing to improve the facilities.

Steve Sharp will be proposing the following motion:

'In order to encourage support for the Village Hall's role in the community and its further development, and in view of the uncertainty surrounding the constitutional status of the Village Hall charity, this meeting resolves to review its constitution as a matter of urgency and report back to its next meeting.'

Please do come along to the meeting: Wednesday 23rd May at 7:30pm in The Lounge, HVH.

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