ROAD, RAIL, RIVER AND RIOTS (1702)

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    Start dateOctober 18 2022
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    Time10:00 am
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    LocationHP11 1QX
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    PriceFree

Find out who was the first English king to ‘tweet’, view the best preserved mill wheel on the Wye, walk part of the Brunel engineered railway line to Wycombe, discover the milestone which indicated the midway point between London and Oxford and hear the story of the 1830 machine breakers riots.

A two waterways circular walk from Wycombe Lido car park, Bassetsbury Lane, High Wycombe HP11 1QX downstream to Kingsmead and back.

Additional information

William Reid has been leading walks around Wycombe for 6 years

Terrain info: Not suitable for wheelchairs, buggies etc

Not suitable for under 10s or those who find walking difficult.

William Reid.
Wycombe Lido car park HP11 1QX
2.5 miles
Short walks (up to 3 miles)
2h 30m
Moderate (more challenging, for keen/active walkers)
Leisurely
30
Yes (Buses run along the London Road close by)