King’s Lynn Ramblers a group within the Ramblers

As we move to Step 3 in the UK government roadmap.

Ramblers organised walks continue to be exempt from legal gathering limits, and can take place in any number, as long as they follow our covid-secure guidance – which includes physical distancing.

In addition, from Monday 17 May:

Car-sharing and coach travel can resume in England. Please take sensible precautions and follow the government advice on safer travel, to and from our walks and volunteer activities.

Group social events can take place for groups of up to 30 outdoors, and groups of 6 indoors. However, we recommend continuing to hold group events outdoors or online where possible.

Always check the Ramblers website for the most up-to-date advice on the status of Ramblers activities.

See stop press for more info.

help wantedVolunteer leaders urgently needed: we are in dangervolunteer of loosing our Wednesday ‘Short & Leisurely’ walks due to the lack of walk leaders.  If you are able to help by leading a 3-4 mile leisurely walk on a Wednesday morning please contact Alan Brinsdon on 01760 720070 for details.

King’s Lynn Ramblers are the largest walking group in West Norfolk offering over 200 walks a year for all ages. We offer a mix of Brisk, Long, Short and Leisurely, Dog-friendly¹, Family-friendly, Easy walking, Breakfast and Evening (summer only) walks, something to suit everybody. Walking is a great way to get outside, make new friends and discover how walking boosts your health and happiness. You’re very welcome to try walking with us, opening up a whole new world of friendship and exploration. Join us on our next walk!.

For additions, changes and corrections to the Walks Programme see ‘Stop Press

Join the Ramblers! Walking is both fun and healthy or visit the King’s Lynn Group on the Ramblers website.

GO Outdoors offers a further 10% off discount card price to members of the Ramblers association in store. The same extra discount is available online too, just enter the code 10RAMBLE at the online check out.

¹ Dogs – are welcome on most walks but should be on a lead. Some walks are by permission of the landowner when only assistance dogs are permitted. If in doubt, please contact the walk leader.
Note: All sporting and leisure activities have inherent hazards associated with them and rambling is no exception. In spite of the safety of members always being the paramount concern, accidents will occasionally occur. It is important, therefore, that when entering into the activity, each member appreciates that they have a responsibility to identify the hazards associated with the activity and take all reasonable steps to eliminate or minimise the potential for an accident to arise.
Ticks and other biting insects: There are a number of hazards  we face as Ramblers but one that should not be dismissed lightly is the dangers of biting insects. Walks through long grass in particular could result in you picking up an unwanted passenger. Please take appropriate precautions and wear suitable clothing/footwear.

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