COMMUNITY ORCHARD

OPEN SPACES

Witchell Meadow

Witchell Meadow is a lovely open space, widely used by dog walkers, families and Wendover Cricket Club.  To the left of meadow there is a small pond, you will also find two picnic tables here. Additional seating can be found in the far-left corner, where in the spring you will find daffodils and bluebells.

There is a path way at the rear of the meadow, called Heron Path.  If you take the pathway to the left it will lead you to the High Street, where you will find historic buildings, boutique shops and plenty of places to eat and drink. A little further afield, just off Wharf Road will will find the start of the Wendover Arm Canal.

If you turn right along the Heron Path you will find St Mary’s Church, which is believed to be the oldest building in Wendover. On the way to St Mary’s, there are access points to the Community Orchard, Hampden Meadow Playground and Fitness Trail and Hampden Pond.

 

Please CLICK HERE for directions via google maps.

Hampden Meadow Fitness Trail & Playground

The quickest way to reach this area is by using the gate to the right of Witchell Meadow and crossing Chapel Lane. The Fitness Trail includes parallel bars, push up bars, a timber ladder and sit up benches. The playground area is secure and includes a wide range of play equipment for children up to 12 years old. 

 

Please CLICK HERE for directions via google maps.

Ashbrook Park

Ashbrook or Castle Park can be found along the Aylesbury Road. The walk to Ashbrook will take around 20 minutes from the Village Centre, here you will find a range of play equipment for toddlers to young teenagers. 

Please CLICK HERE for directions via google maps.