WRR in Village Hall
Church End Green
By Haddenham Webteam - 12th April 2018 10:30am
Local resident Jim Robinson is leading a Ramblers' walk in association with Haddenham Village Society this Sunday (15th April) starting from the bottom of White Cross Road at 10.00am.
The walk will take in the whole of the Wychert Way (12.5miles) stopping for a picnic lunch en route.
See Wychert Way website.
Options will be offered for individual walkers to have a shorter walk, so they can follow some of the link routes back to Haddenham.
Equally, walkers can pull out of the group at one of the pubs along the route for Sunday lunch.
For more information, Email: email@example.com
UPDATE — Thursday 12th April
Despite the wet conditions the walk will still go ahead although avoiding flooding and a ploughed field where the path has not been reinstated yet. Distance now about 10 miles
It is very wet underfoot and quite muddy, so waterproof walking boots are recommended as is a hiking walking stick.
We will be passing through fields where lambing is in progress with both pregnant ewes and lambs, so the walk is not really suitable for dogs even on a lead.
Weather forecast for Sunday is looking quite good so do join us for a good day out
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