Monthly Archives: July 2018

East Rudham – Frizzleton Farm

After a drop of 16°C over the last couple of days, the temperature today was much more in keeping for a July Sunday walk although a bit windy. Ray led the nine King’s Lynn Ramblers over the 10 mile walk … Continue reading

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Nelson’s Birthplace

Just five of us began this refreshing, fresh-aired walk. Harbouring a Hero’s Burnham birthplace It would finally turn and twist from seven To nine miles amidst moist but mistless marshes. For four fit followers demanded and saw Two miles more … Continue reading

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Grimston

A scorching 32°C was the temperature on this mornings walk around Grimston and Pott Row. Two visitors, Jit and Lewis joined us today after visiting the Ramblers Stand yesterday at the Sandringham Flower Show along with seven other members including … Continue reading

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The Massinghams, in. Massingham International Airport

Jane and Bill guided 11 Kings Lynn Ramblers on a 14 Fletcher Mile walk from Harpley Dams through the countryside to the west of Peddars Way before turning east to pass through Great Massingham and on to Massingham International Airport … Continue reading

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Fincham Parish Walk

Hazel and John alongside the five King’s Lynn Ramblers who joined them on a circular walk just under five miles around Fincham and the Fincham Parish Reserve, a Bird Butterfly and Plant Conservation Area. Photo by: Ray Longman

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West Acre Estate

Penny and John led a 10 mile circular walk around the West Acre Estate for 16 Kings Lynn Ramblers on a very hot, sunny, Sunday. Photos by: Cliff Jordan

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Peddars Way & Grimston Heath

The hardy few who joined Cliff on the King’s Lynn Ramblers 7.2 mile triangular walk from Harpley Dams to Grimston Heath on a scorching Saturday morning. Photo by: Ray Longman

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Sandringham – by permission

Twenty King’s Lynn Ramblers took advantage of today’s walk by permission on the Royal Sandringham Estate. James led the 5 mile circular walk through the private grounds of the estate to West Newton and Appleton Farm before returning to the … Continue reading

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Sandringham & Flitcham

‘By Permission Only’ was today’s King’s Lynn Ramble on the Royal Sandringham Estate. Mike and Sue led 14 walkers the 10 mile circular walk on the hottest day of the year (so-far) through Woodcock Wood and the Sandringham showground to … Continue reading

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Ingoldisthorpe and Dersingham

The comings and goings of 15 King’s Lynn Ramblers on Keith’s 5.3 mile circular walk around Ingoldisthorpe and Dersingham. Photos by: Ray Longman

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