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The Village Society is hosting a family walk this morning, Saturday, 11th September — an easy, level and virtually stile-free stroll in the beautiful Chilterns.

The walk will start at the Full Moon Pub, located Hawridge & Cholesbury at 10.00am where there is parking, coffee and loos. The post code is: HP5 2UH and it's about a 35 minute drive from Haddenham.

The walk will include plenty to see and learn about including an Iron Age Hill Fort and boundary, a fascinating old Church with grave to a Marine who fought at the Battle of Trafalgar, a walk along Drovers' Way and more.

The total easy walking distance is about 5 miles.

This will conclude with at the Full Moon., if you so choose.

Free — other than refreshments and the optional luncheon.

Please feel free to bring children, grandchildren and friends.

As long as you're quick, it's still possible to be included in the lunch booking — please email Brian Bowman on brianandzoe@lustleighcottage.com with numbers in your party and whether you will be looking to partake in an excellent lunch at the end of the walk.

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