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By Haddenham Webteam - 25th January 2013 10:00am
Visit Snakemoor — Haddenham's own Nature Reserve
The good times this year have started with the snow at Snakemoor. Now that the last winter snows have gone (hopefully!) you may wish to wander up to Snakemoor to see the aconites (as pictured in 2010) and a wonderful display of Snowdrops.
Take a walk and enjoy your local nature reserve. The footpath starts at the station car park entrance.
Come along on Saturday 2nd March if you would like to help look after Snakemoor.
A morning work group is planned to start at 10.00 am.
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