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Sudoku Fun Print E-mail

Do you like Sudoku puzzles?  The Hadhams website will create you a new puzzle at the foot of every page.

Instructions:

  1. Scroll down to the foot of any page on thehadhams.com
  2. Select your difficulty level (e.g. 'kids') then click the New button
  3. Click in the empty squares and type the missing number
  4. When you have filled all the emtpy squares click the Check% button
 
Little Hadham Bird Blog Print E-mail

Female Blackcap - photo by Denis O'Regan
Female Blackcap - photo by Denis O'Regan
Local amateur ornithologist Jonathan Forgham has set up a wildlife blog for Little Hadham.

Particularly focussed on the local birds in and around the village John Says: "It includes details of walks that I make around the village, showing maps, lists of birds and other wildlife, often illustrated with photographs. I would be keen to hear from other villagers of any unusual local natural history sightings, especially birds."

You can find a link to the website on the Links page or just click this link http://littlehadhambirding.blogspot.com

Bird enthusiasts might also be interested in visiting the Pelhams Website where Denis O'Regan where you can look (and listen) to birds he has photographed.  Click Here to Look and Listen

 
Click for Cancer Print E-mail

The Breast Cancer website is having trouble getting enough people to click on their site daily to meet their quota of donating at least one free
mammogram a day to an underprivileged woman.

It takes less than a minute to go to their site and click on “donating a mammogram” for free (pink button).This doesn’t cost you a thing.
www.thebreastcancersite.com

 
SurfÂ’s up! Print E-mail

Litle Hadham’s ‘Internet Café’ was formally launched in March 2007 to provide an intro to computing, the Internet and e-mailing, and to help those who have already started ‘surfing’ to hone their skills. Organised courtesy of the Parish Plan, the workshops are held in the computer suite of our local school.

Two sessions have already taken place and interest is mounting among would-be surfers.  If you would like to take part, please contact Bev Evans, our Parish Clerk and former IT teacher, who runs the workshops, on 842803.

 
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