By Haddenham Webteam - 21st September 2018 8:30am
Looking for an outdoor activity to enjoy on these bright Autumn days?
Here's an option that will appeal to folk of all ages — a village walk with an intellectual challenge!
A Treasure Trail has been created by Pam Harding and Myrtle White comprising a circular route around some of the older parts of the village with observational questions that are suitable for all ages.
An interesting way to spend an hour or two strolling around our lovely village.
Copies of the Haddenham Treasure Trail Question Sheet are available from:
- Haddenham Library
- Blooming Fruity
- Haddenham Garden Centre
A donation of £1 is requested — the proceeds will be shared between two charities:
Helen House — a children's hospice in Oxford (Registered Charity Number 1085951)
Thames Valley Air Ambulance Service (Registered Charity Number 1084910)
Enquiries: Pam Harding 01844 291872
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