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The Village Society will be hosting another of its popular village walks on Saturday 24th June.

The walk will be from Haddenham to the Seven Stars at Dinton and will be a family walk. Small buggies and push chairs can navigate the flat route without any stiles. The distance is about two miles.

Walk leaders will leave the village hall at 11.30am and go via the Post Office if any folk would like to join in from that point.

For those who would like to enjoy lunch at the pub, food at the Seven Stars can be ordered en route.

For the return journey, there are various options:

1. The 280 bus at frequent intervals.

2. Walk back direct to Haddenham.

3. Walk back via Cuddington.

The decision can be made on the day.

Alternatively ask a family member or friend to come and collect you from Dinton — probably best arranged with a little more notice!

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