Monthly Archives: October 2019

Lynford Forest & Arboretum

Photos by: Ray Longman The Lynford Stag near Mundford was the start point for Chris’s 6.5 mile circular walk with the King’s Lynn Ramblers. Twenty Eight members walked through the woods (part of the Brecks) to Lynford Hall and beyond … Continue reading

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Downham Market Walk and Sunday Roast

After a 10 mile circular walk with 13 Kings Lynn Ramblers, Nigel arranged a Sunday Roast Lunch at The Crown, Downham Market. To build-up sufficient appetite our route included a partial town walk towards Wimbotsham crossing the railway line to … Continue reading

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Castle Acre

Standing in for Alan, Hugh led the eleven King’s Lynn Ramblers on a five mile circular walk to Fiddler’s Green, Newton and Little Palgrave before returning to Castle Acre. Photo by: Ray Longman

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Snettisham

38 King’s Lynn Ramblers turned up for Katie’s 6.3 mile circular walk through the RSPB Nature Reserve at Snettisham and back through Shepherd’s Port and the Norfolk Coastal Path. Photo by: Ray Longman

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Wareham & Wells

St Mary Magdalen Church, Warham formed the backdrop for today’s photo during a 12.8 mile circular walk led by Les. The nine King’s Lynn Ramblers starting at Holkham village  followed the Coastal Path through Wells towards Stiffkey turning inland to … Continue reading

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Snettisham – Sedgeford

Sixteen King’s Lynn Ramblers joined Deri and family (from Canada) in congratulating him on reaching the ripe old age of 80. Led by Sue, our 5.2 mile circular route took us through Eaton, Sedgeford and Inmere before returning too Snettisham. … Continue reading

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Fakenham and Around

Led by Pam on a 5.2 mile criss-cross walk centred around the River Wensum, the 36 King’s Lynn Ramblers walked the riverbanks and dismantled railway tracks from Hempton through Fakenham and back. Photos by: Ray Longman  

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East Rudham – Frizzleton Farm

Taking cover from the rain in a barn at Frizzleton Farm the thirteen King’s Lynn Ramblers and one Fakenham Rambler paused for lunch. The ten mile circular walk from East Rudham was led by Ray and included Broomsthorpe, Coxford, Tatterset, … Continue reading

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Snettisham & Ingoldisthorpe

After a a 5.6 mile walk with the King’s Lynn Ramblers several members took refuge in the Petals Tea Rooms in order to replenish their energy levels. The circular route led by Cliff encompassed the Snettisham area  and attracted 16 … Continue reading

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Old Hunstanton Park & Ringstead

A bakers dozen (13) attended today’s 5.3 mile circular walk around Hunstanton Park and Ringstead Downs. Dennis and Angela led the King’s Lynn Ramblers on their signature walk pausing at the old chalk quarry for an eleven o’clock coffee break. … Continue reading

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