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By Haddenham Webteam - 10th June 2016 10:00am
The Haddenham Village Society is hosting two evening walks. All are welcome. Both will start at the Village Hall at 6.00 pm and follow the Wychert Way and Wychert Way links.
If you are not aware of the wonderful local circular route that is the Wychert Way, you can find out much more by visiting the dedicated website here.
The first walk is on Friday 24th June and will follow the new Permissive Path around the airfield and then on to Chearsley. We will be stopping at the Bell at Chearsley for a meal and/or a drink and then returning via Roundhill to Haddenham. Distance: 3 miles in each direction.
The Second Walk is on Friday 8th July and is a walk to Cuddington via Gibraltar (distance: approx 4 miles) and on to Cuddington and/or a drink a meal at the Crown. Returning to Haddenham via Roundhill (distance: approx 3 miles).
You are welcome to join us for one way or the return trip and enjoy the beautiful countryside around Haddenham and sample the fare at two excellent local pubs.
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