Context. We continue our survey for magnetic chemically peculiar (CP2) stars in galactic open clusters to shed more light on their origin and evolution. Aims. To study the group of CP2 stars, it is essential to find these objects in different galactic environments and at a wide range of evolutionary stages. The knowledge of open clusters ages and metallicities can help to find a correlation of these parameters with the (non-)presence of peculiarities which has to be taken into account in stellar evolution models. Methods. The intermediate band ∆a photometric system samples the depth of the 5200˚A flux depression by comparing the flux at the center with the adjacent regions with bandwidths of 110˚A to 230˚A. It is capable to detect magnetic CP2 and CP4 stars with high efficiency, but also the groups of (metal-weak) λ Bootis, as well as classical Be/shell stars can be successfully investigated. In addition, it allows to determine the age, reddening and distance modulus with an appropriate accuracy by fitting isochrones. Results. From the 1677 observed members of the eight open clusters, twenty five CP2 and one Ae stars were identified. Further nineteen deviating stars are designated as questionable due to several reasons. The estimated age, reddening and distance for the programme clusters were compared with published vales of the literature and discussed in thi
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