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Waitrose 'Good Cause' for August

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Don't forget the Waitrose tokens this month:

Heartbeat Haddenham has been making excellent progress in its aim to provide public access defibrillators in various locations in Haddenham.

The community project has been chosen as the Community Matters Good Cause by Waitrose for the month of August.

So if you shop in Waitrose in Thame, please make certain that you put your green tokens in 'Heartbeat Haddenham' section of the container near the door.

At the end of the month Waitrose will distribute charitable funds in proportion to the number of tokens in each of the containers. The more tokens in the Heartbeat Haddenham container, the greater the level of funding that will go to install more defibrillators in the village.

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