Haddenham Garden Centre
From Banks Park
Nether Winchendon HP18 0DY
Youth & Community Centre
By Haddenham Webteam - 27th February 2013 11:00pm
Simply Walk: a series of popular local fortnightly walks in and around the village, each lasting about 1-1½hours.
We meet in the car park near the Banks Park recycling banks in time to leave at 10.30am.
If you are new to these walks you will need to register with the trained walk leaders . As the walk takes in some country footpaths, wellies or stout walking boots are essential at this time of year. If you would like to adjourn to Café Cibo afterwards for coffee and a chat, please bring a spare pair of shoes (which, if necessary, can be left in the boot of the leader's car for the duration of the walk) and some money.
For more information call 01494 475367, email email@example.com or to download a leaflet showing walks in the area up to the end of March — including Stone in the weeks between the Haddenham walks, click here
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