Ten King’s Lynn Ramblers decided to ignore the pessimistic weather forecasts for Thursday to take part in Keith’s five mile walk, in mainly dry conditions. Starting with a walk down the promenade of New Hunstanton, passing through Hunstanton Park, pausing at the gates of the park for a photo with the Church of St Mary’s, Old Hunstanton, in the background, before returning through the timeless dunes of Hunstanton.
Mollie aided by Paul led 9 Kings Lynn Ramblers (and one possible new member) on a 3.5 mile walk starting at Gt Massingham across the Airfield to Lt Massingham stopping at the Church before returning back.
Today’s walk with the King’s Lynn Ramblers was a linear walk which started at Sheringham and ended at Cromer. The 7½ mile route led by Chris took us over the Beeston Bump through Beeston Regis rising up to Beacon Hill and into Great Wood Felbrigg where we had Lunch before continuing onto Cromer. Our return journey to Sheringham was taken by bus.
Photos by: Ray Longman
A small, select, group of seven King’s Lynn Ramblers, enjoyed Cliff’s 11.8 mile West Norfolk Heath Walk from Harpley Dams in the warm Sunday sunshine, around Massingham Heath, Grimston Heath and through Congham Heath. Including views of frogs, snakes, red kites, buzzards, kestrels, sparrow hawks and, in the distance, Lincolnshire.
Seventeen King’s Lynn Ramblers took part in the seven mile Saturday walk led by John (without Penny who had fled to Germany), from West Acre Common north to Soigne Wood returning via the Nar Valley Way and the West Acre Theatre. Not too many sightings of other people during the walk – but lots of pigs!
Brian led the 18 King’s Lynn Ramblers on today’s 6 mile walk from Ken Hill through Snettisham Park Farm returning via Ingoldisthorpe after crossing the river Ingol.
Eleven Kings Lynn Ramblers took part in Bill’s 15 miles walk from Shernborne out into the Beyond, passing through Fring, Sedgeford and Snettisham on our way. The deer at Park Farm in Snettisham seemed more cooperative to posing for a group photograph that the Ramblers did in a lane near Fring!
Seven walkers and two dogs (Mollie & Bertie) attended Myra’s 3.5 or 7 mile figure of 8 circular walk from Beetley.
Today’s ‘Short and Leisurely’ walk with 13 King’s Lynn Ramblers at Sandringham was led by Keith. The 3.4 mile circular walk starting from the visitors centre stayed within the confines of the Sandringham Country Park passing ‘Pooh’s House’ built into the base of a large tree.
Paul and Molly led eight other King’s Lynn Ramblers on an eight and a half mile Monday Walk from Syderstone Church to Frizzleton Farm and Barmer. Pausing for a break, we were joined by the organic residents of the field who, as the owner informed us, will, in due time, be on their way to Waitrose, although I don’t think he has told them yet!