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Local resident Katie Elmer is inviting Haddenham folk to join her in a public demonstration of support and a fundraising effort in response to the Manchester bombing. On the Haddenham.net Facebook page she has posted the following:

"So if you're feeling like you want to do something to help the families of the 22 killed in Manchester and all those injured, let's get together as a village and do something.

This Sunday 28th May, meet at the duckpond at 6pm and let's walk/run/push buggies/bring dogs/crawl for 22 minutes. Suggested donation of £10 to the Manchester Evening News Appeal

Here is the JustGiving link.

Hope we can harness the support of our wonderful village and do something amazing."

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