The North Norfolk Coastal Path through Stiffkey Greens formed the first part of today’s 5.5 mile brisk circular walk with the King’s Lynn Ramblers. The walk led by Mick and Sue encompassed Cockthorpe Common, Cockthorpe and Stiffkey village before returning along Greenway to the car park. 31 ramblers attended.
35 Kings Lynn Ramblers pre-booked today’s Late New Years Lunch at The Anvil Inn Congham. The lunch was preceded with a five mile circular walk in and around Congham by 29 of the ramblers.
30 King’s Lynn Ramblers attended today’s 6 mile circular walk at Sandringham Visitor Centre. The brisk walk was led by John around Sandringham Warren and Dersingham Fen before returning to the start point via Dersingham Common.
Photos by: Ray Longman
Pix show some of the twenty members of the King’s Lynn Ramblers during their 4.8 mile walk at Ken Hill & Snettisham today on a route led by John & Daphne.
Angela with her custom made OS Explorer map.
Photos by: John Hocknell
At least 30 King’s Lynn Ramblers turned up for Gerald’s 7.1 mile walk at Brancaster. The first part of the walk was along the Coastal Path to Brancaster Staithe then inland over Barrow Common and back through Branodvnvm Roman Fort to our start point where the second part of the walk took us down Gypsy Lane to the beach and back via the Golf Club to the start point.
1°C (-2°C with wind chill) did not put off the nine King’s Lynn Ramblers who attended today’s circular walk from Syderstone. Dennis and Angela led their signature five mile ramble in the cold but brilliant sunshine.
Ken led the seventeen King’s Lynn Ramblers on a Wednesday 3.6 mile ‘short and leisurely’ circular walk in and around Beachamwell. On mastering one of the fence stiles we encountered three alpacas who thought our arrival was the highlight of their day.
Paul led the eighteen King’s Lynn Ramblers from Fulmodeston to a bit of Barney and Swanton Novers Great Wood. The eight mile circular walk involved very little road walking using mainly woodland paths and well used footpaths and tracks.
After 6.7 miles into Mark and Pam’s 13 mile walk the 23 ramblers took a short lunch break here at Beachamwell village green.
The Swaffham Buttermarket was our half way stopping point for a quick break on Myra’s figure of eight 7 mile walk. It was here that any of the 22 King’s Lynn Ramblers would split and those who did not wish to complete the entire walk could return to their cars.