High Street, behind Methodist Church
Conference Room, HVH
By Christina Jeffery - 26th June 2018 10:30am
The new Social Centre Management Committee met recently and membership of the committee was confirmed as follows:
Margaret Aston (elected to the committee and as Chair)
Lindsey Poole (user rep for Made in Haddenham, and elected as Vice-Chair).
Brenda Bonnage (HADAC Art Group)
Mike Sullivan (Haddenham Players)
Alison Watt (Haddenham Village Society)
Sue Young (Line Dance).
Co-opted members are:
Sue Geenes (village representative)
The other members are John Wheeler (elected)
David Truesdale (appointed as the Haddenham Parish Council representative).
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