Tag Archives: Cliff Jordan

Houghton – by permission

A dry, bright, sunny day greeted 15 King’s Lynn Rambler as James started his 5.5 mile walk through Houghton Park to the Church, then through the Deer Park, where the White Deer massed together to defend the eastern approach to … Continue reading

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Royal Estate by permission

James (with his royal warrant) led the 39 Kings Lynn Ramblers on a 5.6 mile circular walk around Appleton Farm, West Newton and the Royal Estate of Sandringham. Today’s walk was by permission only allowing access to private parts of … Continue reading

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Peddars Way & The Massinghams

A gentle ramble for 10 walkers through the rolling landscapes and fields of gold surrounding Peddars Way, with a stop for refreshment on The Green at Great Massingham. Mollie acted as backmarker and was led, and fed, by Cliff. Photos … Continue reading

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Harpley to Old Bottom

Gerald led seventeen King’s Lynn Ramblers, north on Peddars Way from Harpley Dams to the, cool, Houghton woodlands of Bunkers Hill and Big Wood before descending to Old Bottom and returning to the 30 degree temperatures of Peddars Way. Ideal … Continue reading

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Salthouse

Heading towards the coast from Salthouse Village Hall the 18 King’s Lynn Ramblers were led by James along the coastline turning inland to bypass the Muckleborough Collection. After passing through Kelling and taking a short break to re-hydrate at Gallow … Continue reading

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Wash Coastline

Twelve King’s Lynn Ramblers, plus Mollie and Skye (the dogs), completed the ten mile circular walk from Ingoldisthorpe to, and along, the Wash Coastline. Most of the time they followed Cliff! Photo by: Cliff Jordan

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Warham & Wighton

Warham Iron Age Fort was the first place of interest on Pam’s 6½ mile circular walk. After circling the fort on the earthwork ramparts the twenty King’s Lynn Ramblers continued to Wighton for a photo shoot before taking a short … Continue reading

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Narborough/Narborough Fen

Derek R, substituting for Alan B, led 10 King’s Lynn Ramblers from Narborough Community Centre across Narborough Common to Marham Fen, returning along the (overgrown) banks of the River Nar. Photo by: Cliff Jordan

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Kelling & Wetbourne

Starting from Holt Garden Centre Peter led the Twenty Kings Lynn Ramblers past Kelling Heath Park Station to pause at Webourne Station part of North Norfolk Railway. Continuing through Weybourne onto the Norfolk Coastal Path our route returned passed The … Continue reading

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A “Wimseycal” Wander

A ten mile circular walk led by Mike & Sue of the King’s Lynn Ramblers took the nine walkers from Denver Sluice into Downham Market and out towards Wimbotsham  before returning along the Relief Channel and River Great Ouse. Photos … Continue reading

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