St Mary's Centre
By Haddenham Webteam - 6th May 2021 3:30pm
With Covid restrictions now easing, the Simply Walk activity has started up again.
These are relatively easy strolls on rural village paths and field paths, and take place starting at three local locations:
from the Methodist Chapel, Eythrope Road, HP17 8PG — once a fortnight
from Bradmoor Farm (rear car park), Stanbridge Road, HP17 8JX — once every 4 weeks
from the Seven Stars pub, New Road, HP17 8UL — once every 4 weeks.
Due to the Coronavirus, group numbers are currently restricted, so walkers will need to book online here where future date and further details are provided
New and existing walkers are required to complete a Walker Registration Form either online at or by completing a paper form available from the walk group leader on the day.
The countryside walks are between 60 and 90 minutes duration with some stiles and gradients.
All walks are led by trained volunteers and are free to attend.
Walkers are strongly encouraged to wear suitable footwear and to walk at their own pace.
Below is a copy of the Stone, Haddenham & Dinton Simply Walk Dates scheduled for 2021.
The next Haddenham walk is scheduled for 26th May.
Simply Walk dates for Stone, Haddenham & Dinton, 2021
|June||02, 16 & 30||23||09|
|July||14 & 28||21||07|
|Aug||11 & 25||18||04|
|Sept||08 & 22||15||01 & 29|
|Oct||06 & 20||13||27|
|Nov||03 & 17||10||24|
|Dec||01, 15 & 29||08||22|
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