Category Archives: Thursday Walks

Sandringham

Thursday: Sheila led a 4½ mile walk around Dersingham Wood and the Sandringham Estate. On route Winnie-the-Pooh was found  to be recovering from New Year celebrations – 23 King’s Lynn Ramblers attended. Photos by: Ray Longman

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Castle Rising and Christmas cuppa

The Castle Rising Alms Houses formed the backdrop of today’s photo. After the 4.7 mile circular walk around South Wootton Common, Ling Common and Wootton Carr from Castle Rising and back, Marie a resident of the Alms Houses gave a … Continue reading

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Pentney and River Nar

Foolish or hardy, I’m not sure which! These four King’s Lynn Ramblers led by Hugh braved the wet and cold weather at Pentney to walk the six miles past Ashwood Lodge and Abbey Farm to cross and follow the River … Continue reading

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Old Hunstanton Park & Ringstead

Twelve King’s Lynn Ramblers taking a break at the old chalk quarry on Ringstead Downs during Angela and Dennis’s 5½ mile circular walk through Old Hunstanton Park. Photo by: Ray Longman

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Burnham Overy

Yet another walk in the rain. The eight Kings Lynn Ramblers prepare for the wet and muddy weather on Caroline’s 5 mile walk around Burnham Overy Staithe, Burnham Overy Town, Burnham Market and Burnham Norton. Photo by: Ray Longman

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Babbingley River

Brian the leader seen here modelling his modified hi-vis jacket during his circular walk from Castle Rising. The sixteen King’s Lynn Ramblers followed the Babbingley River to White Hills Wood before returning via Short Trees to Castle Rising a total … 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 – 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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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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Hunstanton – Old and New

Led by Keith, the 18 King’s Lynn Ramblers congregated at St Edmunds Chapel for the start of Thursdays 5 mile circular walk. The route though Old Hunstanton, Hunstanton Park and Hunstanton Town returned along the clifftops to the start point. … Continue reading

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