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Syderstone Saunter

Mollie and her owner Paul led the ten King’s Lynn Ramblers on a 14.1 mile walk from Syderstone to Burnham Thorpe via Barwick Hall and Shammer. On the return leg, lunch was taken at North Creake Church before joining Jack’s … Continue reading

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Narborough/Narborough Fen

Derek R, substituting for Alan B, led 10 King’s Lynn Ramblers from Narborough Community Centre across Narborough Common to Marham Fen, returning along the (overgrown) banks of the River Nar. Photo by: Cliff Jordan

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Houghton – By Permission

James the walk leader giving one of our octogenarians a helping hand over the barbed wire fence via a broken stile near Bunkers Hill, Houghton. A wooden stump and upturned plastic bucket made the challenge possible during the five mile … Continue reading

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Ingoldisthorpe & Dersingham

Led by Keith, ten Kings Lynn ramblers enjoyed a four mile “Short & Leisurely” walk around Dersingham & Ingoldisthorpe today (Weds). The pics show the walkers in Life Wood, Dersingham, & part of a wildflower border beside the B1440 road … Continue reading

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Kelling & Wetbourne

Starting from Holt Garden Centre Peter led the Twenty Kings Lynn Ramblers past Kelling Heath Park Station to pause at Webourne Station part of North Norfolk Railway. Continuing through Weybourne onto the Norfolk Coastal Path our route returned passed The … Continue reading

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A “Wimseycal” Wander

A ten mile circular walk led by Mike & Sue of the King’s Lynn Ramblers took the nine walkers from Denver Sluice into Downham Market and out towards Wimbotsham  before returning along the Relief Channel and River Great Ouse. Photos … Continue reading

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Fring

Twenty King’s Lynn Ramblers having suffered ‘Cabin Fever’ during the extreme wet weather joined Sue the leader on a five mile circular walk from Fring using Peddars Way on the return leg. Photo by: Ray Longman

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The Congham Fry – Breakfast Walk

An early start at 8:15am for the 22 King’s Lynn Ramblers who attended the Anvil  Inn Breakfast. The 4.5 mile circular pre-walk encompassed  Congham, Roydon Common and Roydon before sitting down to a full english fryup at the Anvil. Photo … Continue reading

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Woodland Meander

Fifteen drowned rats (King’s Lynn Ramblers) braved the miserable wet weather at Sandringham to complete the 6.2 mile circular walk led by Cliff. After walking through areas covered with Foxgloves the new home of Winnie-the-Pooh and family was discovered hidden … Continue reading

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Wootton Woods / Babingley Bridge

Photographs from today’s five mile walk through Wootton Woods to Castle Rising castle, along the Babingley River & returning through the village where we watched a red kite overhead. The walk attracted eight Kings Lynn ramblers led by John & … Continue reading

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