Partnership Organisations

Haddenham Community Library

The Parish Council recognises the importance of the library to Haddenham. The Parish Council is pleased to support this community facility and has provided grants to the Library for various initiatives over the years.

The Council has appointed for 2019/20 Councillor Steve Sharp as their representative for this organisation.  

Playing Field Management Committee & Sports and Social Club Committee

These committees work in association with the Parish Council to maintain and operate the Pavilion at Woodways. This working in partnership promotes the use of the playing fields and tennis courts and supports a busy Sports and Social Club.

The Council has appointed for 2019/20 Councillors Margaret Aston and Chris Young as their representatives for these organisations. 

Social Centre Management Committee (Village Hall)

The Village Hall is situated at Banks Park and is the hub of the Village! Home to dancing, badminton, art, bowling - to name but a few. The Parish Council's office is part of the building along with meeting rooms and a dining area. At lease holders of the Parish Office and the sole Trustee of the Bank Parks Trust (which owns all the building on the site) the Council has two representatives on this committee. 

The Council has appointed for 2019/20 Councillor David Truesdale as their representative and Councillor Margaret Aston is the Banks Park Trust representative for this organisation.  

Haddenham Youth and Community Centre

The Youth and Community Centre is a thriving centre which is located within the grounds of the Haddenham Junior School. The Centre is home to Haddenham Youth Club as well as being used for a variety of other related activities. The Parish Council recognises the important role the Youth and Community Centre plays in providing a safe and fun environment for our younger parishioners!

The Council has appointed for 2019/20 Councillor David Truesdale and Councillor Margaret Aston as their representatives for this organisation.  

Haddenham Parochial Charities

Responsibility for the three Haddenham Parochial Charities was taken over from the Parish Church authorities when parish councils were instituted in 1894. The original charities were set up to support the poor of the parish by providing bread, and coal at Christmas and corn seed on Good Friday. The income comes from investments and through ownership of the land at Townside which is used for allotments. The Parish Council leases the allotment site and pays an annual rent.

In modern times the operation of the charity has changed and the trustees use the income of the charities to make grants to individuals in need of charitable relief in December and to organisations catering for residents in need of charitable relief at any time of year. Applications can be made by contacting Alan Rose 01844 291004.

Haddenham Beer Festivals Trust

This is truly a day out not to be missed, join in the fun with family and friends, there is plenty for kids. You will find a great selection of ales, lagers, ciders and other surprises, along with a selection of artisan food and local music.

The trust hosts two beer festivals a year. Summer Fest is held in the grounds of Haddenham Community Junior School, Woodways, 12 noon through until 8pm, on the first Saturday in July. Winterfest is held at Banks Park, Churchway, 12 noon until 5pm on the 2nd Saturday in December.

The profit of the trust is used to make contributions to local organisations and charities that serve Haddenham and local surrounding communities. All applications are considered by the Trustees at their regular meetings. Contact the Chairman Chris Young 01844 290269 or email

Haddenham Village Fete

The Haddenham Village Fete is held annually on the 2nd Saturday in June. It takes place around Church End and Flint Street and is a lovely whole community event, with fun and games for all generations. Regular attractions include Classic Cars Display at Manor Farm, Open Gardens around Church End and Flint Street, the Beer and Pimms Tent, and music provided by local groups. The proceeds from the fete are donated to local organisations to apply or to offer help contact or call Julia on 07951 115697