The Lighthouse on Nene Way the start point of the Peter Scott Walk along the River Nene, Lincolnshire. Myra led the ten King’s Lynn Ramblers along the 15½ mile sea bank from Sutton Bridge to King’s Lynn.
A walk on Holkham beach led by Sue & Catherine. Fourteen King’s Lynn Ramblers took to the beach after a walk from Holkham to Wells and a break at the Beach Cafe a total of 6.1 miles.
With Dennis left at home feeling poorly, Angela led the seventeen King’s Lynn Ramblers on a 4½ mile circular walk in and around Fring.
A 6.1 mile circular walk encompassing Drymere, Beachamwell, Shingham, Deadmans Plantation and Cockley Cley Wood was led by Gerald and attended by 25 King’s Lynn Ramblers.
Lunchtime on Massingham Heath. Led by Paul, 15 King’s Lynn Ramblers completed the 13 mile circular walk from Massingham through Little Massingham towards Congham and Grimston returning along Massingham Heath.
Fourteen King’s Lynn Ramblers crossing the Swaffham Football Club ground on Myra’s 6½ mile circular walk in and around Swaffham.
Keith led 14 King’s Lynn Ramblers on a 5 mile circular walk from Ingoldisthorpe skirting Park Farm and Mill House to Dersingham village returning via Life Wood and the dismantled railway to Ingoldisthorpe.
With a backdrop of Sheringham from the Beeston Bump the nineteen Ramblers led by Chris continued to NT Felbrigg for lunch before following the Weavers Way to Cromer a total distance of 8 miles.
Work in progress – Bill tends to the overhanging brambles whilst the eleven King’s Lynn Ramblers following wait patiently to proceed through Bircham Tofts on the fourteen mile circular walk to Fring and back.
Gayton Thorpe Church formed the backdrop for today’s photo opportunity during John’s 6 mile circular walk with 17 King’s Lynn Ramblers to Soigne Wood, Gayton Thorpe, and the Walton Common obstacle course.