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Friday 17th Apr

9:12amRobD on Lost Cat - Jasmine
  • Hi all,

    We've recently moved to Haddenham — Fairfield Close off Standbridge Road and have lost our cat Jasmine — she's small to medium size, Grey with Black and White stripes

    If anyone sees her please could you contact me on 07818048980

    Many thanks,
    Rob

Tuesday 7th Apr

2:12pmSunshine on Lost Keys
  • I lost a set of silver keys while we were walking in the park yesterday.. We know someone found them... Please get in touch on 07383992434. Thank you.

2:00pmSunshine on Lost Keys
  • Hello... I have lost a set of silver keys yesterday, when I went to the Woodways Rec with the kids. It fell out of my pocket accidentally... I know someone took it as the lad who was mowing the grass in the field told me someone took it and was looking for the keys' owner. If anyone knows any info please email me: buildingup@yahoo.com

    Thank you
    Sunshine

Wednesday 1st Apr

11:50amBrenda Bonnage on What new shops or businesses do you want?
  • I think a cycle shop, Sales & Repairs, would be welcome.

Monday 30th Mar

11:57amFarners on What new shops or businesses do you want?
  • Hi all,
    I am moving to the area and am keen to set up a small business in Thame/Haddenham; I have a few different ideas and want to know what you feel you need or want? Or what you definitely don't want! Some examples are... a vintage furniture/clothes shop, a specialist coffee shop, a parent and child coffee shop, a flower shop, a clothes shop (children's, adults?)...? I can't wait to hear your thoughts. Thanks a lot.

Friday 20th Mar

1:12pmBren on Share & Chat start-up?
  • Great to have haddenham.net up & running again. Wonderful to see all the help and support available. Well done h.net team and village volunteers. You are all doing an amazing job.
    Perhaps we can start up this Share & Chat page for others like myself who don't 'do' Facebook.
    At the moment my lounge is strewn with old/new albums, boxes & packets of photos all being revamped with hand written family history notes written in them too.
    A great way to relieve the boredom and tidy things up too, so give it a try.

Friday 21st Feb

6:49pmPeter Williams on Poster removal
  • I have to report again that the "Phantom Poster Remover"! (refer my previous correspondence) is continuing to strike. I have recently had at least four posters removed from poles within days of posting them.
    This I find disheartening and it makes me wonder what sort of person this must be who can willfully hamper the efforts of others to carry out their charitable work.
    It would be interesting to hear the comments of others who may also have experienced this selfish behaviour or what their feelings or comments may be?
    Kind regards
    Peter Williams (Haddenham Community Support Group)

Thursday 28th Nov

12:08pmOn Behalf of Another on Personal Care Service
  • Private carer/PA has availability morning and afternoons for companionship calls.
    Qualified in all aspects of care including personal care, food prep and cooking, medication administration, housework, shopping and trips out & about. I am fully insured, registered with AVDC and a current Care Certificate holder. I believe in quality family-like care for my clients, am warm, friendly, trustworthy and reliable and will get current references on request. Based in a Haddenham £16ph. If you are looking for care for yourself or a loved one please contact Katie 07799332253

Monday 4th Nov

10:36amOn Behalf of Another on Citizens Advice Volunteers Needed
  • Thame Citizens Advice is seeking volunteers to help with reception or to train as an Adviser. For more information please email Liz Johnson, thame@osavcab.org.uk

Thursday 31st Oct

12:23pmMariangeles Ordaz Romay on Spanish Conversation group
  • Starting November, next Thursday 7th, from 9.00 to 10:00 a.m. there will be a Spanish Conversation group in Haddenham Library. The first two gatherings will be free, the next ones just 7£ each. We will be speaking about places in Spain or Latin America we have visited or wish to visit. Everyone will have time to speak few minutes before the rest of the group ask questions and we start the conversation. Come and have fun as you practice the language.
    If you have any questions or need further information please call me at (0) 7472349650 or send me an email m.a.ordaz.romay@gmail.com

Monday 30th Sep

11:48amBrenda Bonnage on Wooden Claver type drum stick found
  • Found in the village hall — possibly left after Art & Culture Feast Festival procession.
    Brenda

Friday 27th Sep

7:04pmBren on This Sunday 1.30-4pm
  • Come along to the Haddenham Greener Living Fair this Sunday afternoon in the Village Hall.
    Brenda

Friday 20th Sep

7:41pmRoger Cox on Lost Keys
  • My Son lost a set of keys in the Fort End area in the first week of September.
    If anyone can help it would be much appreciated.
    Tel. 07551199044

Wednesday 18th Sep

5:29pmPeter Jeffery on Haddenham 2020 Calender
  • The 2020 Haddenham Museum calendar is now available at the museum, located in the Old School Room behind the Methodist Church in the High Street.The museum is open on Tuesday mornings from 10 to 12 noon and on Sunday afternoons from 2 to 4.30 pm.. The theme of the calendar this time is Snakemoor — Haddenham's local nature reserve — through the year. The calendar is £4 for members and £4.50 for others, and fits into a standard A4 envelope.

5:28pmPeter Jeffery on Haddenham 2020 Calender
  • The 2020 Haddenham Museum calendar is now available at the museum, located in the Old School Room behind the Methodist Church in the High Street.The museum is open on Tuesday mornings from 10 to 12 noon and on Sunday afternoons from 2 to 4.30 pm.. The theme of the calendar this time is Snakemoor — Haddenham's local nature reserve — through the year. The calendar is £4 for members and £4.50 for others, and fits into a standard A4 envelope.

Monday 16th Sep

2:20pmDenis Taylor on Haddenham 2020 Calender
  • Does anybody know if the 2020 calendar is available to purchase yet and if so where can copies be bought.

Tuesday 10th Sep

7:26pmKaren Fielding on Wood Ash
  • Update: I've got enough wood ash for now — thank you very much to all that helped, much appreciated :) Karen

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