Sandringham

Thursday: Sheila led a 4½ mile walk around Dersingham Wood and the Sandringham Estate. On route Winnie-the-Pooh was found  to be recovering from New Year celebrations – 23 King’s Lynn Ramblers attended.

Photos by: Ray Longman

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Whissonsett & Mileham

From Tittleshall, twelve Ramblers led by Derek walked the 8.3 mile circular walk to Mileham via the Lost Village of Godwick returning through Mileham and the Nar Valley Way to the start.

Photo by: Ray Longman

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Three Woods

Today’s 11.2 mile circular walk from Shouldham Warren attracted twenty walkers, 15 King’s Lynn Ramblers and 5 from the Mid Norfolk and Norwich Groups. Led by Mark and Pam, the route took us through Shouldham village, The Sincks, Shouldham Warren and West Bilney Woods before returning via the Nar Valley Way to Shouldham Warren.

Photo by: Ray Longman

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South Creake Meander

The first walk after Christmas brought 23 King’s Lynn Ramblers out for some fresh air. The 6 mile circular walk led by Paul and Mollie (the dog) encircled South Creake Village, Jack’s Lane and Bloodgate Roman Fort.

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Castle Rising and Christmas cuppa

The Castle Rising Alms Houses formed the backdrop of today’s photo. After the 4.7 mile circular walk around South Wootton Common, Ling Common and Wootton Carr from Castle Rising and back, Marie a resident of the Alms Houses gave a guided tour of the site. Hugh and Jane led the group of 15 Kings Lynn Ramblers most of which took up the option of tea and cake afterwards at the Unique Tea Rooms.

Photo by: Hugh Pearce

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Road to Nowhere

Crossing the railway line at Nowhere. Sixteen King’s Lynn Ramblers were led across the main King’s Lynn to Kings Cross railway crossing at Nowhere by Ken the leader on a 5 mile circular walk around the outskirts of King’s Lynn.

Photo by: Ray Longman

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Inmere & Icknield Way

Shernborne Church was today’s lunch break on today’s 10.6 mile circular walk from Sandringham. Led by Cliff, our route took the sixteen King’s Lynn Ramblers through Dersingham, Ingoldisthorpe, Snettisham, Inmere and Shernborne before returning to Sandringham.

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Pentney and River Nar

Foolish or hardy, I’m not sure which! These four King’s Lynn Ramblers led by Hugh braved the wet and cold weather at Pentney to walk the six miles past Ashwood Lodge and Abbey Farm to cross and follow the River Nar as far as the pumping station then crossing back across the river to Pentney.

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Turkey & Tinsel Lunch

The yellow weather warning did not deter the 20 King’s Lynn Ramblers from walking the 4.4 mile circular route across Brancaster Marsh to view the Seals in Brancaster Bay. Led by Chris the entire group were eager to get back to Briarfields Hotel for some warmth, a hot (or alcoholic) drink before having Christmas Lunch.

At lunch, which was attended by 52 ramblers, family and friends, the more adventurous members displaying Christmas attire were invited to be photographed with ‘Rambles’ the  King’s Lynn Ramblers mascot now dressed in his brand new Scottish outfit.

Photos by: Ray Longman

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Coast & Common

Standing in for Gerald, Jane led the fifteen King’s Lynn Ramblers on a 14 mile circular walk from Hunstanton along the North Norfolk Coastal Path to Thornham before turning inland to Ringstead Common and Ringstead before returning via Ringstead Downs.

Photos by: Ray Longman

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