Hazel and John alongside the five King’s Lynn Ramblers who joined them on a circular walk just under five miles around Fincham and the Fincham Parish Reserve, a Bird Butterfly and Plant Conservation Area.
Penny and John led a 10 mile circular walk around the West Acre Estate for 16 Kings Lynn Ramblers on a very hot, sunny, Sunday.
The hardy few who joined Cliff on the King’s Lynn Ramblers 7.2 mile triangular walk from Harpley Dams to Grimston Heath on a scorching Saturday morning.
Twenty King’s Lynn Ramblers took advantage of today’s walk by permission on the Royal Sandringham Estate. James led the 5 mile circular walk through the private grounds of the estate to West Newton and Appleton Farm before returning to the visitor centre.
‘By Permission Only’ was today’s King’s Lynn Ramble on the Royal Sandringham Estate. Mike and Sue led 14 walkers the 10 mile circular walk on the hottest day of the year (so-far) through Woodcock Wood and the Sandringham showground to West Newton and onto Flitcham Church. Here we took a short lunch-break before returning alongside the apple orchards back to West Newton and the Sandringham Visitor Centre.
The comings and goings of 15 King’s Lynn Ramblers on Keith’s 5.3 mile circular walk around Ingoldisthorpe and Dersingham.
Myra led a six and a quarter mile, sinuous, walk for nine Kings Lynn Ramblers, on a warm, sunny, cloudless Saturday, around Tittleshall and to the site of the medieval village of Godwick with its photographic church ruins.
Definitions from Collins Concise English Dictionary: sinuous; 1. full of turns or curves. 2. devious; not straightforward. 3. supple.
A bakers dozen (13) King’s Lynn Ramblers turned up for today’s 5 mile circular walk led by Roy & Maureen. The walk through Ling Common and Wootton Carr led us to Castle Rising and the Babingley River where a short break in the warm sunshine was taken before returning back through the village and woods.
Pix from today’s “Short & Leisurely” ramble around Thornham. Led by Keith, the 3.7 mile route attracted eight King’s Lynn Ramblers on what must have been one of the hottest days of the year, although a cool breeze on the coast was very welcome.
Photos by: John Hocknell
The photographs show the group taking brief advantage of a pathside bench before tackling the reedbeds and leaving the marsh.
Twelve King’s Lynn Ramblers forgo the England v Panama live TV World Cup to accompany Cliff on his 12 mile circular walk from Dersingham. Our clockwise route took us out to the coastal path past Shepherds Port Snettisham turning inland after Snettisham Coastal Path Nature Reserve towards Ken Hill and Snettisham Common where we stopped for lunch. The River Ingol and Ingoldsthorpe were on our return route to Dersingham.