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Tuesday 26th Feb

12:49pmgerontion on New medical computer system
  • Is anybody else exasperated by the new medical centre computer system? On an aggressively commercial website, you enter 26 figures in 4 groups. If lucky, you are rewarded with an 11 figure 'user ID', which, combined with a password including figures and upper and lower case letters, leads you to the appointments. It works, but try it a second time and not only do they not recognise you, they threaten you with lockout if you keep trying. Try re-registering and the site remains equally intransigent and offensive. Not good for blood pressure — you end up iller than you start.

Thursday 7th Feb

10:47amKathy S on Local Bike Repairs?
  • Does anybody know if there is somebody locally in the village who repairs bicycles? I am currently transport-free and missing my bike! Thanks.

Monday 28th Jan

7:56pmGeneral Grivas on Cycling
  • Retiree who still believes he can outride Bradley Wiggins is looking for a chain gang to join or perhaps establish.
    Anyone interested?

Monday 26th Nov

12:49pmHaddenham Webteam on Web Design Tutor Required
  • Haddenham.net has been approached by an adult student who is participating in a college course in web design. She is getting to grips with XHTML coding, and would like some assistance — especially in terms of using Style Sheets. Ideally she would like some one-to-one tuition for an hour or two. She lives in Haddenham. Please email this website if you're able to assist, and we will put you in direct contact. Email: haddenham.net@hotmail.com

Sunday 25th Nov

12:22amelderdo on Home For The Holidays
  • Jill Attwood will be home for the holidays visiting her father Keith Attwood and Valerie Attwood. Contact Jill at elderji@yahoo.com

Monday 19th Nov

7:13pmPhilippa Harper on Hamlet in 15 minutes
  • What a brilliant show — Hamlet in 15 minutes on Friday night!

    It was a delight to see Hamlet played in the shape of Robert Cairns — fresh, dynamic, nuanced, and striking the perfect balance between the tragedy and the comedy of the play (Hamlet — comedy? You had to be there!)

    Tom Stoppard's adaption of the 3.5 hour classic school text was brought vividly and uncompromisingly to life — with unexpected humorous take on the classic tragedy. The cast of 6 played out the key roles triumphantly, and the 2 minute finale brought the house down! Well done all and to the director Alison Court — the best night in Haddenham for years!

11:57amRoger40 on Chess search
  • I am looking to meet, drink and play chess with anyone within a 5 mile radius of our wonderful village. If you used to play or still do and would like to reserect your game,enjoy some lively and interesting company, then I could be your mate. Roger is my name and 40 tells you when I was.....Now a widower interested in golf, painting (art) and chess. Send me a blog if you have any questions.

Wednesday 7th Nov

5:00pmroger dodge on Is Anyone Interested in Playing Board Games?
  • Hi Roger,
    Yes I am interested but like you I was looking for someone to have pint during the week and play chess. I am a total amateur with knowledge picked up in the last few years from chess books.
    I have a chess clock which means one can use it to handicap the better player.
    Would that be of any interest to you. I am a 72 yr widower fit and well.
    Bfn

Friday 2nd Nov

11:18amIvan Nellavanitch on Xmas
  • I gather that this year's Christmas Carol Service will take place in the Village Hall on the evening of Friday 7th December. The start time is anticipated to be 7.00pm No doubt the confirmed timing will be published in the Diary section of this website in the near future.

11:01amKeith Milmer on Permission Homes being built....
  • David Truesdale, Chairman of the local planning committee, adds:

    Persimmon have just got their full planning permission — a copy arrived for the Parish Council the other day. So they are now free to start.

    But as Richard Moore says, the permission lasts 5 years. My understanding is that they will be proceeding. The Parish Council is looking at possible street names in consultation with Persimmon.

10:58amKeith Milmer on Permission Homes being built....
  • Richard Moore, a member of the Parish Council's Planning Committee, writes:

    My understanding is that the planning application is in the process of going through its final iteration — soft landscaping amendments.

    Reference is 10/00009/AOP

    However the receipt of planning approval is not an instruction to start. Persimmon may care to sit on the project for a couple of years and then sell it on with planning approval to another developer. The decision to proceed is entirely up to Persimmon.

Thursday 1st Nov

5:41pmAngus on Permission Homes being built....
  • Whats happening with the planning permission in Chilworth Gate, Haddenham, next to the train station? It was supposed to be starting to build houses over the summer ?

Tuesday 30th Oct

3:50pmAlfie1 on Window Cleaner
  • Can anyone recommend a reliable window cleaner?

Friday 19th Oct

11:45pmItsonlymary on Xmas
  • Does anybody know the date for the Christmas Carol Concert ?

Sunday 14th Oct

2:34pmRogerTCB on Is Anyone Interested in Playing Board Games?
  • I like playing board games such as Backgammon, Monopoly, Trivial Persuit etc plus Cribbage & Dominoes. Is anyone else interested? I just want to play for fun not in competitions & it needs to be a weekday evening, perhaps centred on one of the village pubs over a glass or two.

Tuesday 9th Oct

5:02pmGemmaP on Cleaner required
  • I am looking for a cleaner and would welcome any recomendations. Ideally they would attend on a Thursday or Friday on a weekly basis.
    Thanks,
    Gemma

Monday 13th Aug

11:44amPat Rioett on Olympics
  • What a wonderful and joyful occasion the Olympics were for us, and indeed the world.

    The skills, ability, agility and goodwill displayed shown was unbelievable, each striving their utmost to give of their best. It was good too, to see the 'lesser'countries among the medal winners. Didn't we do well and I , for one, admire our athletes who gave us such an outstanding result, and well worthy of our humble flag flying!

    We must remember though, that the Olympics are not yet over with the Paralympics starting in a week or two, and we should continue to fly our flags for these courageous athletes who are even more deserving of our support

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