Haddenham is a historic village located 5 miles south-west of Aylesbury. It is mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086 and is known for its duck ponds that provide breeding sites for Aylesbury ducks. The village has featured in many television dramas and films including Midsomer Murders.
Local amenities and entertainment
The village is home to a variety of amenities including a greengrocer, a barbershop, a butcher, pubs, cafes, restaurants and independent shops. There is also a family-run garden centre and a farm shop for fresh, local produce.
In the centre of the village is Haddenham Junior School, a mixed primary school. For secondary education, the village is served by Aylesbury’s secondary schools.
There is a frequent bus service that links Haddenham to Aylesbury and Oxford station. For rail travel, the Haddenham and Thame Parkway railway station connects residents to London Marylebone and Oxford.
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