Buckinghamshire Walk – June 2018

Head to Buckinghamshire for a Chiltern’s walk at Great Missenden. The village of Great Missenden, probably best known as the former home of the world-famous children’s author Roald Dahl, who lived and wrote here for over 35 years, lies tucked in the Misbourne Valley. The valley provided a relatively easy route through the Chilterns between

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Buckinghamshire Walk – April 2018

Head north through Buckinghamshire to the village of Edlesborough for a walk in the shadow of the Chilterns, passing a memorial to a remarkable lady. Our walk this month is based at the village of Edlesborough on the eastern edge of Buckinghamshire tucked below the Ivinghoe Hills, which part of the Chilterns. From the village,

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Buckinghamshire Walk – February 2018

Head to Stokenchurch for 6 mile wander – with shorter option – through some picturesque rolling Chiltern countryside visiting peaceful Radnage. Stokenchurch has long had good transport links, the ancient Ridgeway passes just to the north-west, while Collier’s Lane was once the main droving route. The later stagecoach route – the forerunner of the A40

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