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Update about Jim Hayward from his daughters Carol and Sharon
Jim is in the stroke unit at Wycombe Hospital. He is still very poorly and his recovery will be a slow process. He is very motivated and is encouraged by all the messages he receives, so our thanks to everyone who sends them. We would like to limit visitors to close friends and family for now and we will continue to give him everyone's warmest wishes.
Thanks for your support and, of course, the support of the village.
Messages for Sally and Jim should be channelled through the Shop, for the time being.
Best Kept Village Competition – Cuddington Wins Again!
News about Jim Hayward
Many people will know that Jim Hayward was taken ill overnight Friday/ Saturday, having suffered a stroke. He was taken into Stoke Mandeville Hospital and subsequently transferred to John Radcliffe Hospital. Currently, he is ‘poorly but stable’. Unfortunately, Sally is not well enough to visit Jim but is being looked after by their grandson, whilst their two daughters are visiting the hospital. John, in the shop, is collecting any cards or messages for Jim and Sally, and these are being collected daily by their family.
I’m sure we all wish Jim the very best for a speedy recovery and hope the same for Sally. Our thoughts are with all the family.
Road Closure in Chearsley - Update
Chilton Road, Chearsley is due to be closed to through traffic near the junction with Winchendon Road from 10th August for up to six weeks. Access to Chilton, Dorton and Brill will be affected.
The diversion is expected to be via Chearsley Road and Chilton Road, Long Crendon.
Village Voice Errata
We are very sorry that the dates shown on page 5 of July’s Village Voice for Haddenham Community Library Timetable show the wrong dates.
The days of the week are correct but, apart from 2nd July, all the others should be the day before e.g. 10th July should read 9th etc.
We do apologise for any confusion.