Posted: December 2019
The New Year's Walk on Saturday 4th January will be from Cuddington to Nether Winchendon across the river Thame. It is mainly on road or hard track with no stiles. Please meet at the recreation ground car park which is at the end of Bernard Close which is off Dadbrook in Cuddington.
We will start at 10.30am and return at about 11.45am in time to arrive at Kevin and Elaine's house, on Wendover Road, Aylesbury, just after 12 noon. Please speak to Kevin if you wish to come on the walk. T
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