A bench seat made for twelve was a convenient coffee break for the 13 King’s Lynn Ramblers on Tricia’s 5 mile walk around Binham and Westgate.
Lynda’s mystery tour starting at St Edmunds Chapel followed the beach to Thornham turning inland to Green Bank a ridge overlooking the North Norfolk coastline before returning to the beach via Holme-next-the-Sea. The 11.4 mile circular walk was supported by 12 King’s Lynn Ramblers.
Caroline led 27 King’s Lynn Ramblers on a 6 mile walk from Holkham to Wells-next-the-Sea, returning along the beach and through the dunes. The blue sky, sun and crowds almost seem to suggest it could be summer, but the clothing being worn confirms that it was still mid-February.
Photo by: Cliff Jordan LINK to more photos of today’s walk by Cliff
The King’s Lynn Ramblers Town Walk this morning was led by Deri & Jan. The sunshine brought out 10 ramblers into the cold wind for a five mile tour of some of King’s Lynn back streets and alleyways.
Photos by: Ray Longman
A couple of pix from yesterdays King’s Lynn Ramblers’ short & leisurely four mile walk through Wootton Woods & Castle Rising. Sixteen walkers led by John & Daphne, including 9 yr old Ruby on her first ramble, faced blustery conditions on exposed sections of the return route from Babingley Bridge.
Fourteen King’s Lynn Ramblers completed the 10.5 mile Sunday Walk from Sandringham Visitor Centre, through Dersingham Fen, across the new bridge/culvert to The Warren, on to the watermill over The Ingol in Snettisham, through back-lanes on to Inmere then following part of the route of the ancient Icknield Way through Norfolk back to the start in Sandringham. The walk was led and photographed by Cliff Jordan.
A very cold damp morning did not deter the 13 King’s Lynn Ramblers from joining Derek the leader on a 6½ mile circular walk in and around West Acre and the River Nar.
No evidence of snowdrops – forgot to take photo; photo of 27 ramblers instead. Ray led the 5 mile circular walk for the King’s Lynn Ramblers from Litcham Common to East Lexham passing Lexham Hall and its surrounding snopdrops. Our return was via the Nar Valley Way back to Litcham.
Ten walkers turned up for Gerald’s 13½ mile King’s Lynn Ramble from Sedgeford to the North Norfolk Coast. Our route headed north from Sedgeford village hall through Ringstead to Holme-next-the-Sea returning south through Ringstead Common, Courtyard Farm and Peddars Way to Sedgeford.
Photos by: Ray Longman
John (substitute for James) led the King’s Lynn Ramblers on a 5.2 mile circular walk from the Sandringham Visitor Centre. Nineteen walkers attended the walk though Dersingham Woods, Dersingham Bog and back through Sandringham Country Park.