Wherever You Are!
By Haddenham Webteam - 8th July 2019 5:30pm
To celebrate the life and voluntary work of Jim Robinson it is intended to have a walk around the Wychert Way on Saturday, 3rd August. His birthday was on 1st. August.
The total distance is about 12.8 miles. It is virtually level with now, thanks to Jim's efforts, very few stiles.
The walk will start at Church End Green at Haddenham at 9.30am, and should take between 6-7 hours plus time for a lunch at The Seven Stars in Dinton. There are other pubs!
There are three options:
1. Start at 0930 at Church End. Walk the whole of the Wychert Way with a stop for lunch at the Seven Stars.
2. Start at Church End but finish at about 1.00 pm at the Seven Stars (7.2 miles/3.5 hours).
3. Start at about 2.30 from the Seven Stars and walk to Church End (5.6 miles/3 hours).
If finishing or starting at the Seven Stars you can either take the 280 bus or walk via the recently upgraded community path from/to Haddenham Post Office (1.6 miles).
Please can you let Brian Bowman know by using the attached form (see PDF below image) if you would like to join us?
We may also (depending on numbers) require marshals. If you could help for an hour or two please let Brian know.
Please do join us for a beautiful walk.
Haddenham Safe Walking and Cycling Group and
Haddenham Village Society
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