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Let's go to Henley, Marlow and Wycombe HENLEY GREYS COURT, Rotherfield Greys, Henley on Thames, RG9 4PG Tudor mansion, walled garden and medieval tower set in gardens. Gardens open daily, 10am-5pm or dusk if earlier. House open daily March-October and December, 1pm-5pm. Admission charge Tel: 01491 628529 or view: www.nationaltrust.org.uk HAMBLEDEN VILLAGE/MILL END 4 miles west of Marlow and 3 miles north east from Henley. Hambleden mill with weirs and mill pool are just outside the village. Picturesque walking country with Fingest and Turville nearby HENLEY VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE, Town Hall, Market Place, Henley, RG9 2AQ Tel: 01491 578034 or view: www.southernoxfordshire.com or www.henleytowncouncil.gov.uk HURLEY Pleasant village with a riverside setting. A picturesque, busy lock on the River Thames with a marina nearby and an easy walk to Marlow over bridge HURLEY CHALK PIT 2½ miles east of Henley off A4130 Henley Road and reached by a path opposite the Black Boys Inn is known for its wild flowers and butterflies Tel: 01865 775476 or view: www.bbowt.org.uk MILL MEADOWS, MARSH MEADOWS AND RIVER AREA, Henley Riverside walks with Marsh Lock nearby. Bandstand, Henley Bowls Club, toddler play area and playground. For boat trips – see Transport – Museums, Travel Information and Trips section RIVER AND ROWING MUSEUM, Mill Meadows, Henley on Thames, RG9 1BF Three galleries dedicated to rowing, rivers and the history of Henley-on-Thames. ‘Wind in the Willows’ exhibition and events programme. Open daily, 10am-5pm. Admission charge Tel: 01491 415600 or view: www.rrm.co.uk STONOR, Stonor Park, RG9 6HF Manor house, garden and chapel with recreated prehistoric stone circle in grounds. Wonder Woods adventure playground for children up to 15 years. Open April-mid September. Sunday, Bank Holiday Monday and also Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday (July-August), house open 1.30-4.30pm, gardens and café open 10am-4pm. Admission charge. The park is open all year, accessed by public footpaths Tel: 01491 638587 or view: www.stonor.com TURVILLE HILL AND WINDMILL 5 miles north of Henley and 5 miles west of High Wycombe Windmill stands on summit of high ridge behind Turville village

MARLOW BISHAM ABBEY AND CHURCH The Abbey, an Elizabethan mansion is now part of the National Sports Centre. The church is close to the river and has a 12th century tower HIGGINSON PARK AND RIVER AREA, Pound Lane, Marlow, SL7 2AE Court Garden Leisure Complex, adventure playground, skate park, Marlow Park Cricket Club, café, toilets and pay and display car park. Riverside walks along River Thames towpath. For boat trips – see Transport – Museums, Travel Information and Trips section HOMEFIELD WOOD 2½ miles west of Marlow, SL7 2HL Woodland and grassland with rare orchids, butterflies, bees and moths Tel: 01442 826774 or view: www.bbowt.org.uk MARLOW INFORMATION CENTRE, 55a High Street, Marlow, SL7 1BA. (entrance in Institute Road) Tourist and local information centre open Tuesday-Friday, 9am-4pm and Saturday, 10am-4pm Tel: 01628 481717 or 01628 483597 or view: www.wycombe.gov.uk 20

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