Introducing Midsomer on the Misbourne 1: Great Missenden to Amersham (0024)

Saturday 22 May ~ 10:30 AM

Launching the new Midsomer Murder locations trail, this walk visits the locations for three episodes of Midsomer Murders in Great Missenden and five episodes in Little Missenden. A walk along the river Misbourne and past Shardeloes Lake takes us into Old Amersham used for locations in the very first episode, ‘The Killings at Badgers Drift’ and the 100th episode, The Killings of Copenhagen’ . (A further 20 minute walk or frequent bus will take you to Amersham station for swift return to Great Missenden).

Route Details

Capacity
10
Distance
8 miles
Duration
3.5 hours
Pace
moderate
Difficulty
Fairly easy (some gentle inclines, steps/stiles)

Price

Free

Meeting arrangements

Great Missenden Station Forecourt HP16 0AL

Walk Leader

Martin Pounce. A long time resident of Amersham, Martin has researched many aspects of the town and is one of the leaders of the Museum's Tudor Walks.

Public Transport Links

Chiltern railways leaves Marylebone 9.57 arrives Great Missenden 10.38 leaves Aylesbury 10.10 arrives Great Missenden 10.32

Dogs Welcome

Dogs on leads welcome

Accessibility

Rough footpaths, potentially muddy, some roads

Further Information

We will pause briefly for a light lunch at the Red Lion in Little Missenden.  The leader will show the menu and prices at the start of the walk and ring through your order so that the food will be ready for you when we arrive.  

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