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Sedgeford

Caroline led 18 King’s Lynn Ramblers on a six mile walk south from Sedgeford to Inmere and Snettisham, returning via Eaton. It didn’t rain!   Photo by: Cliff Jordan Advertisements

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Shouldham Warren & Pentney Circular

Mark and Pam led 11 King’s Lynn Ramblers on a 10.5 mile walk from Shouldham Warren, through Pentney and West Bilney Wood, along the banks of the River Nar then back through Wormegay to the start. The photo shows the … Continue reading

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Roydon and Roydon Common

Penny led the Thursday  walk from Hudson’s Fen Car Park, with the 10 Ramblers pausing for a photo in front of the WW2 tower in the centre of Roydon Common by the side of the, much more recent, information boards … Continue reading

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Gun Hill

Derek led 12 other boot-print-making ramblers west to Gun Hill from Holkham Bay: Where Horse-shoed hoofprints, tyre tracks and pawprints, Impressed upon the gold, tanned sand where sea-shells lay: To our right, a thin blue line between sand and sky … Continue reading

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Around Bircham

Helen led the King’s Lynn Ramblers Saturday Explorers in search of the the End of the Rainbow. But, being such an ephemeral thing, we never found it. Nevertheless, the 6.6 mile walk through the countryside around Bircham was very enjoyable. … Continue reading

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Brancaster & Barrow Common

  Brancaster Church was the start point for the seventeen King’s Lynn Ramblers attending Jan & Deri’s five mile walk. The route took us through the site of the old Roman Fort of Branodvnvm and up to Barrow Common before … Continue reading

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Around Downham

Eleven King’s Lynn Ramblers, including Sky the dog, completed a fourteen and a half mile walk around Downham Market with Nigel leading. Starting at Downham Rail Station, heading south along the river to Denver Sluice, heading inland through Denver, then … Continue reading

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The Heights of Norfolk – Docking & Bircham W’mill

Sue and Mike led a party of 5 King’s Lynn Ramblers, plus 2 Ramblers and 1 dog from Derbyshire, on a nine mile blackberry picking expedition across the Height of Norfolk. Heading south from Docking, pausing for a photo by … Continue reading

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Shouldham

Myra led thirteen King’s Lynn Ramblers and a dog on a 5.2 mile walk south to Shouldham Village and then north to attempt to confuse us all with a meander on tracks and narrow paths through Shouldham Warren Woods. But … Continue reading

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Hunstanton Old and New

Ten King’s Lynn Ramblers decided to ignore the pessimistic weather forecasts for Thursday to take part in Keith’s five mile walk, in mainly dry conditions. Starting with a walk down the promenade of New Hunstanton, passing through Hunstanton Park, pausing … Continue reading

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