Monthly Archives: July 2019

Warham & Wighton

Warham Iron Age Fort was the first place of interest on Pam’s 6½ mile circular walk. After circling the fort on the earthwork ramparts the twenty King’s Lynn Ramblers continued to Wighton for a photo shoot before taking a short … Continue reading

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The Congham Conga

After a 4½ mile evening conga around Congham and Grimston Carr, Hugh and Jane led 10 King’s Lynn Ramblers back to The Anvil Inn for some energy replenishment. Photo By: Ray Longman

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Thornham

During a vital challenge of Poo Sticks on the River Hun by Redwell Marsh Nature Reserve the group of 18 King’s Lynn Ramblers got fragmented where the guilty party were truly left behind with the leading party out of sight. … Continue reading

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