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Julian Watson

Snakemoor Nature Reserve covers about 4.5 acres on the edge of the village and offers a variety of changes to the flora and fauna throughout the year. It provides a delightful area for walks. See the Parish Council website for details, and a map to help locate the reserve if you've not yet had the chance to visit.

Chat in Italian
07973 671808
07973 671808

Parliamo Italiano!
A small group who meet twice a month in a Café in Haddenham or nearby to chat in Italian. This is not a class but we all speak Italian and help each other out when we can't think of the right words. Sometimes we choose a topic in advance. Phone June on 07973 671808 or email june@junevalloryjones.co.uk

07763 333230

Haddenham Pop Choir is a not-for-profit community choir, singing for fun as well as performing in support of charitable or local community causes. Singing is fun, therapeutic too; good for your soul, reduces stress and lifts your spirits! The choir is open to all, aged 16 and above – no auditions, no music-reading involved, previous experience not necessary! We meet on Monday evenings (term-time) at 7.45pm at St Mary's Centre, Haddenham HP17 8AH. £5 a session, first taster evening free. The choir is often at full capacity, but please contact Ian English to add your name to the waiting list.

Martin Andrew
01844 292335

Meet on Mondays at 19.30 for 20.00 hrs (no meetings on Bank Holidays) at The Seven Stars, Stars Lane, Dinton, HP17 8UL

Glyn Davies

Winners of the Oxfordshire Cup in 2010, 2011 & 2012, Chinnor Rugby Club was recently promoted to National Division 2. The club also boasts a very lively junior section. 1st Team Mgr, Glyn Davies, available on Thurs evenings.

Pete McDermott

We are a local running club that started in 1990. We run in Haddenham and the surrounding villages on a Thursday evening during the summer months. Our traditional season is from the first Thursday in May through to mid-September, when the lighter evenings allow safe running on the local roads. This has been extended recently, so that we now run all year round with the routes adapted for safer night time running. Haddenham Runners always welcome old and new faces. So if you fancy a run, come down to the Cricket club car park in Cuddington, for 7pm Thursdays. More info from Pete McDermott.

07963 131419

Slimming World Haddenham, Haddenham Slimming World
St Marys C Of E School, Aston Road, Haddenham HP17 8AF
Consultant: Fiona Quinn
Telephone: 07963 131419
Group times: 5.30pm & 7.30pm on Thursdays

Ian Brearley

Gain confidence speaking in front of a group in a supportive & friendly environment. We meet every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month at 19.45 for 20.00 hrs. Venue: Chinnor Rugby Club, Kingsey Road, Thame, OX9 3JL. For more information contact Ian

Ian Bamford (Chairman)

Haddenham Sports Pavillion, Woodways Haddenham HP17 8DS. Opening Times: Wednesday 7.30pm to 11.00pm; Friday 7.30pm to 11.30pm; Saturday 12.30pm to 11.30pm; and Sunday 12.00pm to 6.00pm. Please see Events diary on this website for news of specific events.

Val Young
01844 290269

The Haddenham Stitchers meet in the Walter Rose room of Haddenham Village Hall on 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month, 2-4.30pm.
Email: ValYoungStitchers@gmail.com

Roger Mott

Sports Pavilion, Woodways Haddenham HP1 7 8DS. New members of all standards welcome. Meet on Mon, Tues & Thur, Sept – March.

01844 290805

Haddenham Tennis Club:
Memberships are open to everyone and offer discount on coaching and school holiday tennis camps plus club social sessions and LTA venue affiliation
Coaching for Seniors, Adults, Juniors and Minis is also open to non-members
Three well-maintained floodlit courts and two mini-courts plus use of Haddenham Playing Fields pavilion facilities
Play Safe & Stay Safe @ HTC
Chairman: Bev Wilson 290805
Head Coach: Blaise Baheten Metock 07490 960402
Membership Sec & Junior Organiser: Julie Burton 07557 522675

The Vibe Acoustic Cafe. A friendly music venue meeting monthly at Tickety Brew cafe, Banks Parade, Haddenham, HP17 8ED, typically on the third Thursday. See website for details of the next event. In addition to music, performances include stories, poems, anecdotes, etc, just about anything really as long as it's acoustic. Three pounds entry fee to cover the cafe's evening opening costs, under 18s free. Food served until 7:30pm, hot & soft drinks all night. We look forward to hearing you there!


Townsend Community Orchard is located beside Townsend Green and was established in 2015. Forty fruit trees and a row of fruit bushes were planted in the one hectare former pasture meadow. This green space provides a lovely area for walks or relaxation, and has a central section with log benches, called "The Core", designed for community events. A volunteer team meets each month to do practical tasks, to join in please contact: Diccon Proctor
Tel: 292864 Email: dicconp@hotmail.com
Facebook page:

parish council: http://www.haddenham-bucks-pc.gov.uk/community-orchard

Tony Barker
01844 290377

u3a Learn, Laugh, Live
With over 400 members, the local u3a branch welcomes anyone who no longer works full time. The organisation, formerly known as the University of the Third Age, can provide information, education, entertainment and exercise though a wide range of activities. There are monthly general meetings in the Village Hall, featuring speakers covering a wide range of topics, together with around 30 special interest groups. These range from mahjong to modern languages, film and theatre to walking and cycling. In non-covid times there are UK visits, theatre trips and holidays in the UK and abroad. Visitors will be welcome to meet us and discuss membership at the monthly meetings. For further details contact Elaine Parkes on 01844 292184 or email membership@haddenhamu3a.co.uk. The fee is only £16 per year.

Tim Armitt

An annual summer event – one of Haddenham's community highlights, held on Church End Green and down Flint Street. See this website for photographs.

Keith Milmer (Chairman)
01844 290244

The Haddenham Village Society aims to: * reflect the culture of the village; * preserve the quality of life and provide a heritage for the future; * emphasise that Haddenham is an agreeable location in which to live, with a strong sense of community; * champion the visual appeal of the village; * be a point of contact for new arrivals and to existing residents.

Bill Piers
01844 290923

Aylesbury Ramblers organises 6-12 mile walks every Thurs and Sun., as well as shorter leisurely walks alternative Tues. A wide range of walks from leisurely to strenuous. For details on start points and contacts for the leaders of each walk follow 'Current Programmes' link on website. Further information, see the contacts list here: http://www.aylesbury-ramblers.org.uk/contact-us

Angela Matthews

The group campaigns for a safer walking and cycling environment in and around the village. We liaise with local & central government to obtain grants to build community paths, eg. to Snakemoor, the Green Lane and in the playing fields, and to replace stiles with gates. Currently working on a Cycleway to Thame. See local press and especially this website for news and updates. New members welcome.

Fiona Broadbent
01494 475367
Wycombe Area Office
Easton Street
High Wycombe
HP11 1NH

Easy short walks with volunteer walk guides within or close to Haddenham. Meet at 10.30hrs in the rear car park of Bradmoor Farm and Cafe. Walks from Haddenham are monthly. The weekly location schedule is Haddenham > Stone > Dinton > Stone, repeated thereafter. See also: www.walkingforhealth.org.uk/

Walking Football for over 45s takes place on Fridays at 6.30pm on the Junior School Multi Use Games Areas (MUGA). For more information, pop along on the night or give Andy Roff a call: 07462 189804

Annette Ingleton
01865 768 289
1 William Orchard Close
Old Headington

The WEA offers courses in Long Crendon and Stone, and Day Schools (workshops) at the Methodist Church in Haddenham. For more details about the Day Schools, please contact Annette. This website will also carry details in the EVENTS diary.


Meet like-minded people, learn new skills and share the joy of fibre crafts at monthly meetings of this friendly and inclusive group.
The Bucks Guild of Weavers, Spinners and Dyers welcomes anyone with an interest in our core areas along with related textiles and fibre crafts. Meetings are held at Haddenham Village Hall usually on the third Sunday of each month from 11am to 4pm and include talks, demonstrations, workshops and social crafting. Visitors welcome, £5 per meeting includes tea, coffee and cake.
More details on our website www.buckswsd.org.uk or contact info@buckswsd.org.uk

07582 070420

Haddenham Weight Watchers meet in the village hall on Wednesday evenings, at 6.30pm. For more information, please contact Sarah Hockley. Monthly workshops online 6.00pm on Wednesday – see weblink above. For more general info, see: https://www.weightwatchers.com/uk/

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