This orchard has been planted as a memorial to the sixty men from the Parish of Wendover who died in WW1 and is in memory of their lives and their bravery.
This orchard of 60 trees, two of which are planted in the adjacent Hampden Meadow, was planted in 2014, marking one hundred years since the outbreak of the First World War on 28 July 1914.
Hampden Pond, a peaceful retreat in Wendover, is beloved by both locals and visitors for its tranquil beauty. The pond's waters are home to some much loved ducks, adding a touch of wildlife charm to the picturesque scene. Surrounded by lush landscapes, it's a great spot for leisurely strolls and peaceful contemplation, offering a gentle reminder of nature's soothing influence.
PARKS & PLAYGROUNDS
Wendover is a haven of recreation, featuring three vibrant playgrounds, alongside three inviting parks, each with its own unique charm. For those seeking an active escape, a fitness trail weaves through the natural beauty, offering a refreshing outdoor workout. Whether enjoying family time, serene park strolls, or energising fitness, Wendover provides a range of leisure options for everyone to relish.