Bradenham Estate Walk and Visit 'Hearing Dogs for Deaf People' (walk ref 30)

Friday 11 October ~ 10:00 AM

A lovely walk through the fields of the Saunderton valley before rising up into the beech woods of the National Trust's Bradenham Estate. Returning to The Grange - home for the charity 'Hearing Dogs for Deaf People'- for 12 noon for lunch/refreshments in their delightful, new restaurant. After lunch there will be a one hour private tour of The Grange.

Route Details

4 miles
2 hours
Fairly easy (some gentle inclines, steps/stiles)


Free - lunch to be paid for direct to the Grange

Meeting arrangements

Meet in the car park of The Grange, Haw Lane, Saunderton, Princes Risborough, HP27 9NS. Explorer map 172 grid ref 810990. Car Park donation £1

Walk Leader

The Chiltern Society

Public Transport Links

X30 between Aylesbury, Princes Risborough, Saunderton and High Wycombe.

Dogs Welcome

Dogs welcome on the walk and lunch. Not for the tour.


At The Grange only. The walk has moderate hills but no stiles. The walk is not suitable for wheelchairs. The lunch and tour of The Grange is wheelchair friendly.

Further Information

Lunch / refreshments to be paid direct by walkers to the restaurant. The Grange would be grateful for donations for the private tour - a fee is not requested. Toilets available at The Grange.

Walk leader Paul Weller is walks co-ordinator for the Chiltern Society. The Chiltern Society is dedicated to protecting 650 square miles of woodlands and valleys, including London's closest designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

How to Book

Apologies but advanced booking is now closed for this walk.
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