Derek today’s leader posing alongside Paul today’s back marker with Mollie (dog) the group mascot on a warm and sunny April morning.. The 21 King’s Lynn Ramblers covered 7.5 miles across Shingham Heath, Cockneycley Heath, Swaffham Heath to Narford Wood returning via The Lodge and Larch Wood to Dryclere.
Deri and Jan led 16 ramblers in 25 degrees heat from Hunstanton along the beach to Holme and back along the river Hun. Bob decided to relax and sunbathe whilst waiting for the slow coaches to catch up on the river bank.
Some of the 17 King’s Lynn Ramblers enjoying a break along the Thursday Ramble. Deri and Jan led the walk along the beach from Hunstanton to Holme and returned along the Hun River.
Photo right by: Allan Jones
On Tuesday April 17th. eighteen King’s Lynn Ramblers together with three friends from the Norwich Group joined Peter and Pam for a six mile circular walk around Reepham. Peter led the group from the town’s former Railway Station to Whitwell & Reepham Station via World’s End Lane, Catchback Lane, Broomhill Lane and Back Lane.
After an enjoyable break, courtesy of the warm and hospitable staff at Whitwell & Reepham Station, the group returned to Reepham using the Marriott’s Way, Old Lane, Kerdiston Road and Forwater Road.
Some of the 14 King’s Lynn Ramblers who walked the 3.5 mile Short and Leisurely walk at Courtyard Farm to admire the Cowslips. Thanks to the leader Keith who manages to time this walk each year to perfection.
Photos Top: Allan Jones Bottom: Cliff Jordan LINK to more photos by Cliff
Primroses were prominent on today’s 14.3 mile circular walk from Hillington. Gerald led the 14 King’s Lynn Ramblers southwards through Grimston Carr past the Old Workhouse towards Gayton and back through Grimston to encircle Roydon Common on route back to Hillington.
Nineteen King’s Lynn Ramblers attended Myra’s circular walk around Swaffham this Saturday morning. The 6.2 mile walk took a clockwise route from The Green Britain Centre to Boxes Lane and Dulgate Lane turning NW along Watton Road to the town centre for a short break. The second half of the walk headed west along Shoemakers Lane then returning to the start along Shouldham Lane.
Photos by: Ray Longman
Nine hardy King’s Lynn Ramblers braved the mist and persistent rain to follow Elaine on a 12 mile walk from Holkham Village, through the dunes of Holkham Beach on to Burham Overy Staithe and Burnham Thorpe, returning through Holkham Hall Park. All survived but were very wet by the end of the walk.
The Church of St. Mary the Virgin at Great Snoring formed the backdrop whilst pausing for a short break during Paul & Mollies 7.6 mile walk with the King’s Lynn Ramblers. The warmer spring weather attracted 12 walkers on a circular tour of Houghton St Giles (Slipper Chapel), Great Snoring and North Barsham.
Today’s 6.1 mile circular walk from Brisley encompassed Broom Hill East Bilney, Willow Grange Stanfield and Tuttle Farm back to Brisley. The seven King’s Lynn Ramblers were led by Derek (3rd from left) on a bright but chilly sunny morning.
Today’s leader Derek posing with the other eight King’s Lynn Ramblers whilst taking a short break on the 3.8 mile circular route around Swaffham Heath and Cockleycley Heath.