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By Haddenham Webteam - 23rd June 2014 9:00am
Haddenham Village Society's midsummer walk, from Haddenham to The Bell pub at Chearsley will take place on Friday evening, 27th June. The start location is from Church End Village Green.
The event will also mark the official opening of the newly installed Wychert Way Gates.
All are welcome to join us for all or part of the walk Please let Jim Robinson know by the end of today, Monday 23rd Jun,e if you require transport back to Haddenham. More details from Jim Robinson. Tel: 01844 291831 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here's the approximate schedule:
|5.45 pm||Official launch of the stile free walk|
|6.00 pm||Depart Church End. Walk to Chearsley approx 4 mile|
|7.30 pm||Meal or drinks at the Bell. Food to be pre-ordered at the start of the walk|
|8.30 pm||Walk to Haddenham via Cuddington approx 3 miles|
|8.30pm||Alternative option — transport back to Haddenham|
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