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The Volunteer Exchange page has been temporarily withdrawn due to the amount of spam coming through the page. The page will be resurrected, complete with the existing data, when a solution has been identified and implemented.
Haddenham resident Toby Bush has created a group on Facebook for suggestions to improve road safety in the village. If you have any suggestions, or want to be part of any discussion, go to: Haddenham Traffic Calming Suggestions
Two new features, which it is hoped will be of use to the local community at large, have been added to the site. Business Directory – this can be linked to from the top menu bar. It is hoped that … Continue reading
of Haddenham, went to sleep and forgot to wake up, 30th April 2014. Partner to Jane: father to Brian and Stephen: grandfather to Amy and Abigail. Comments received have included: “David will be sorely missed by the whole community.” “…such … Continue reading
We are experiencing technical difficulties with our website calendar at the moment. This service will be returned to the site as soon as possible.
You can now post comments on two of our pages – Berry Fen Wind Farm, and the new page on the proposed 100 house development. Please note, this facility is for the purposes of sharing information. It is not a … Continue reading
Unfortunately the Fundraising Committee has agreed to cancel Blossoms & Bygones for 2014 owing to a failure to get sufficient support and volunteers. Unfortunately this was not agreed until after the deadline for the March Village Voice, which will be … Continue reading
Following the fixing of a few problems we were having with the calendar feature on this site the calendar has now been returned. If there are any events you wish to publicise on this site please use the contact form … Continue reading
A recent update to the website has resulted in a failure of the website calendar. This issue is being investigated and we hope to have the calendar up and running again as soon as possible.
The District Council is consulting on a number of major modifications to the submitted East Cambridgeshire Local Plan. The changes are proposed by the District Council, as new technical evidence and work has been undertaken since the pre-submission draft Local … Continue reading