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Simply Walk Leaders

The 'Simply Walk' group meets every other Wednesday to walk out of the village on one of the local footpaths.

The group gathers outside the Bradmoor Farm Shop to start walking at 10.30am and each walk lasts about 90 minutes.

In October, the walks in Haddenham will be on Wednesday 3rd and 17th October; however, organisers are beginning a different walk cycle on 31st October, in order to incorporate Dinton into the Haddenham and Stone pattern from that date onwards.

The schedule in future will be Haddenham > Stone > Dinton > Stone, repeated thereafter.

Consequently, the 'Simply Walk' schedule in Haddenham after October will be:

  • 14 November
  • 12 December
  • 9 January
  • 6 February
  • 6 March
  • (and every 4 weeks subsequently)

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