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Here are the details of this year's walk, which will take place on Saturday 29th December. Please meet at the recreation ground in Aylesbury Road, Wendover, ready for a 10.30am start. It's on the left as you enter Wendover from Aylesbury. Parking is either in the adjacent layby or in nearby side roads. The walk is a level one (a change from last year!) taking in the disused Halton Camp railway line, the Wendover Canal and Halton village. En route you can read about the history of the Camp and Canal. There is only one traditional style. Walking boots or Wellingtons are essential. The walk should finish before 12.15 giving time to get to the Hardern's house by 12.30, at 82 Wendover Road, Aylesbury, for a welcome lunch. Please let Kevin know if you want to take part, on 01296 481285, or if you have a query about the walk itself phone me on 01296 415312. There is no charge, but donations will be in support of the Welcome Area Project this year, for a change! Roger Kirk and Kevin Hardern

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