Monthly Archives: August 2018

Little Massingham

The bright sunny weather, without the intense heat of recent weeks, brought 24 King’s Lynn Ramblers out of hibernation to take part in Cliff’s 4.6 mile walk to Little Massingham and back from Harpley Dams. The Peddars Way Paddling Pool … Continue reading

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Hunstanton

In conjunction with the Borough Council of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk (BCKLWN) and the King’s Lynn Ramblers Wendy led a 3½ mile circular walk from the Heritage Gardens, Hunstanton. Photos by: John Hocknell

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Barwick & South Creake

Nine  King’s Lynn Ramblers returned from a 12 mile circular walk from Syderstone very wet and soggy. Les led the walkers though the wind and rain towards Stanhoe and South Creake returning through the Iron Age Fort at Bloodgate Hill. … Continue reading

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Lobb’s Valley and Bullfer Grove

Twelve King’s Lynn Ramblers attended Derek’s 7½ mile circular walk around Gunthorpe, Brinton and Bullfer Grove (National Trust Wood) on an overcast Saturday morning. Bullfer Grove, Historic Wood; An historic woodland, possibly of medieval date, defined by a bridleway on the south and elsewhere … Continue reading

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Fakenham & River Wensum

Three Brick Arches at Fakenham forms the backdrop of today’s 5 mile walk along the Wensum river and Fakenham town. The circular walk led by Ray attracted 8 King’s Lynn Ramblers on a cool wet Thursday morning. The bridge forms … Continue reading

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Pott Luck

This evening’s walk led by Sue and Mike culminated in supper at the Anvil Inn, Congham. To build up an appetite and qualify for a visit to The Anvil the 13 King’s Lynn Ramblers and Fred the dog had to … Continue reading

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Sandringham by permission

Members of the Gaywood Valley Conservation Group joined up with Sue and Allan’s permissive Sandringham walk on Wednesday afternoon. A total of 24 walkers enjoyed the sun as they walked through the Park to West Newton and returned to Sandringham … Continue reading

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Toftrees and Around

Sculthorpe Mill was today’s start point for the 25 King’s Lynn Ramblers who joined the 7 mile circular walk. Led by Pam & Peter the route took us through Shereford, Toftrees, Pudding Norton and Hempton returning to the mill along … Continue reading

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Nar Valley & Pentney

Nigel navigated 9 King’s Lynn Ramblers on a 15 mile Sunday adventure, through some poorly maintained Rights of Way (and avoiding others), from West Acre Common along the Nar Valley Way to Narborough, on to Pentney by road, back to … Continue reading

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Houghton – by permission

James led today’s walk by permission from the Marquess of Cholmondeley around the Houghton Estate. Fifteen walkers attended the 5.7 mile King’s Lynn Ramble which allowed views of some of Damiem Hirst sculptures now on display. Photos by: Ray Longman

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