Category Archives: Saturday Walks

Bit of a Barney

Paul led the eighteen King’s Lynn Ramblers from Fulmodeston to a bit of Barney and Swanton Novers Great Wood. The eight mile circular walk involved very little road walking using mainly woodland paths and well used footpaths and tracks. Photo … Continue reading

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Swaffham, Town & Around

The Swaffham Buttermarket was our half way stopping point for a quick break on Myra’s figure of eight 7 mile walk. It was here that any of the 22 King’s Lynn Ramblers would split and those who did not wish … Continue reading

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Tittleshall

Whilst most people were out Christmas shopping twelve King’s Lynn Ramblers took to the fields around Tittleshall and Godwick on a bright and sunny Saturday morning. The six mile figure of eight walk was led by Myra and took us … Continue reading

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AGM prewalk Leziate and Around

Ray led the 32 King’s Lynn Ramblers who attended the 4.7 mile circular prewalk from Leziate Village Hall prior to the AGM. A complimentary ploughmans lunch was enjoyed by all prior to the meeting at 1pm followed by tea and … Continue reading

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Sedgeford

Caroline led 18 King’s Lynn Ramblers on a six mile walk south from Sedgeford to Inmere and Snettisham, returning via Eaton. It didn’t rain!   Photo by: Cliff Jordan

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Gun Hill

Derek led 12 other boot-print-making ramblers west to Gun Hill from Holkham Bay: Where Horse-shoed hoofprints, tyre tracks and pawprints, Impressed upon the gold, tanned sand where sea-shells lay: To our right, a thin blue line between sand and sky … Continue reading

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Around Bircham

Helen led the King’s Lynn Ramblers Saturday Explorers in search of the the End of the Rainbow. But, being such an ephemeral thing, we never found it. Nevertheless, the 6.6 mile walk through the countryside around Bircham was very enjoyable. … Continue reading

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Peter Melchett memorial walk

Over 100 walkers attended the 2 mile memorial walk for Peter Melchett (Lord Melchett)  at Courtyard Farm, Ringstead. Several King’s Lynn Ramblers were present to hear numerous tributes to Peter from many different organisations to which he was involved. Photos … Continue reading

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Castle Acre

6 King’s Lynn ramblers and ‘Mollie’ turned up for Dieters signature walk around Castle Acre, weather was breezy with patches of light rain. Photos by: Derek and Paul

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Shouldham

Myra led thirteen King’s Lynn Ramblers and a dog on a 5.2 mile walk south to Shouldham Village and then north to attempt to confuse us all with a meander on tracks and narrow paths through Shouldham Warren Woods. But … Continue reading

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