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This year's walk will be on Thursday 28th December starting at 10.30am. It will be a circular walk in the hills above Kimble and Ellesborough, with a flat finish across fields. It can be described as strenuous at the beginning, with fine views at the top, then a descent to Ellesborough Church and a flat finish. Walking boots or stout shoes are essential. There are only two traditional stiles as most have been replaced with gates.
Please meet at the large layby on the A4010 Risborough Rd between Little and Great Kimble at the junction with the Ellesborough Road in time for a prompt start at 10.30am.
Duration of the walk is less than 1.5 hours giving time to arrive at Kevin's House at 82 Wendover Road at about 12.15pm for a 12.30pm soup lunch. Car parking is available at Aylesbury Sports Club nearby. Please let Kevin know if you are taking part in the walk/lunch. Tel 01296 481285.

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