Around the Lakes

Brian led 11 Kings Lynn ramblers on a stroll round 7 of the Bawsey lakes.

Photo by: Brian Hillman

For Information.
The Bawsey  car park will reopen on a pay and display basis on 25 June. It is intended to allow sailing on the lake and it proposed to convert  the large building into a sailing club house. It is also intended to refurbish part of the building into a café  with views over the lake.

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Castle Acre

Nineteen King’s Lynn Ramblers enjoyed the summer sun on Val’s six mile circular walk from Castle Acre to West Acre along the Nar Valley Way returning via Petticoat Drove and South Acre.

Photo by: Ray Longman

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Narford Hall, West Acre & Castle Acre

Taking a short lunch break here at Castle Acre on a 13 mile walk led by Mark. A regular Sunday walker whom shall remain nameless (JR) celebrated reaching the tender secret age of sixty by flying her helium balloon on the entire walk. Congratulations Jane – the cakes were fantastic!! Of much less importance ostriches were seen roaming around on the Narford estate.

Photos by: Ray Longman

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South Wootton, Reffley & Lynsport

Pix from today’s (22nd May) 3.7 mile Short & Leisurely Walk around South Wootton, Reffley & Lynnsport enjoyed by six Kings Lynn Ramblers led by Jane.

Photos by: John Hocknell

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Coxford & Broomsthorpe

Coxford was the staring point (21st May) for twenty six Kings Lynn Rambles who joined Pam on a 5.5 mile figure of eight walk through quiet rural lanes of Coxford and Broomsthorpe. The group are seen here pausing at the former East Rudham railway station.

Photo by: Peter Boggis

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Oxborough & Gooderstone

Elevenses coffee break was taken at St Georges Church Gooderstone during Sue’s 5.5 mile circular walk from Oxborough. The thirteen King’s Lynn Ramblers enjoyed a sunny May morning – ideal for a picnic!

Photos by: Ray Longman

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Holme Dunes & Ringstead Downs

Water Buffalo was the highlight of today’s 12 mile circular walk with the King’s Lynn Ramblers. Being led by Cliff from Ringstead Common we headed for Thornham then on the North Norfolk Coast Path to Old Hunstanton where we returned to Ringstead via Ringstead Downs.

Photos by: Ray Longman

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Castle Acre & West Acre

Sue the leader and Pauline the back-marker led the 14 King’s Lynn Ramblers on a popular 6 mile circular walk through South Acre and Petticoat Drove to West Acre, returning along the Nar Valley Way to Castle Acre.

Photo by: Ray Longman

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Brancaster & Barrow Common

Almost out numbered by octogenarians the 14 King’s Lynn Ramblers were led by Deri along the Norfolk Coastal Path boardwalk to Brancaster Activity Centre before turning inland to Barrow Common and the  World-War-Two radar station.

Photos by: Ray Longman

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Blickling Blubells

Twenty One King’s Lynn Ramblers travelled to Blickling for a bluebell extravaganza. Circling the National Trust Blickling Estate, Chris led the walk through oceans of bluebells in Hercules Wood, Great Wood and Waterloo Wood before returning via the Weavers Way and The Lake to the pub for lunch.

Photos by: Ray Longman

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