Midsomer on the Misbourne

Monday, February 3rd, 2020

GMPRG recently contributed to supporting the production of the Midsomer on the Misbourne Locations Trail leaflet along with other Chiltern Revitalisation Groups under Chiltern District Council’s umbrella.

The Trail is the outcome of a CDC initiated workshop towards achieving the development of a visitor strategy for the Chilterns to boost local businesses and improve the local economy and footfall to local high streets, including increasing visitor numbers-to Great Missenden.

Click this link to View the leaflet – or click image below.

Midsomer on the Misbourne leaflet produced with financial contribution from GMPRG

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