Posted: January 2020
£185 for the Karibuni Children charity was raised by this year's New Year's Walk. Led by Roger and Sue Kirk, on Saturday, 4th January, the walk was from Cuddington to Nether Winchendon across the river Thame. With the recent heavy rainfall, some of the path was muddy and waterlogged but most of the walkers braved that section, rather than opting for the easier drier alternative.
After the walk, the traditional lunch of delicious soup and a sweet was served up at the home of Kevin and Elaine Hardern for almost 30 appreciative guests.
For the Karibuni website, click here.
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