2 High Street
Snakemoor Nature Reserve
St Mary's Centre
Haddenham Tennis Courts
From Bradmoor Farm
By Haddenham Webteam - 7th September 2015 3:00pm
Aylesbury Ramblers have recently published a programme of walks organised from October 2015 through to the end of January 2016. Their walk leaders provide routes to many of the best rural locations in Buckinghamshire and close-lying countryside.
Guests are welcome, as well as members.
To keep our unique heritage of public rights of way the best action is to walk them — either with Aylesbury Ramblers, with other friends or in quiet solitude. The local Ramblers help to maintain public rights of way, not only by their own walk programme but also by the path clearing work once a month on Tuesdays (all shown on the programme).
A study by researchers at the University of East Anglia found that walking in groups was particularly beneficial, both for physical and emotional wellbeing.
The forthcoming programme of walks can be downloaded by clicking on the PDF located below the image on this page.
For further information look at the Aylesbury Ramblers' website.
If you have any questions please contact Stephen O'Shea by email at:
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