Tag Archives: King’s Lynn Ramblers

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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Reffley Woods/Gaywood River

Eleven King’s Lynn Ramblers turned out for Jon’s 4½ mile walk through Reffley Woods and along the banks of the Gaywood River and the Reffley Reservoir . Photo by: Ray Longman

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Royal Estate – By Permission

Twenty Seven walkers comprising King’s Lynn Ramblers and Gaywood Valley Conservation Group were led by James through the Sandringham Estate  via Woodcock Wood, West Newton and Appleton Farm. The walk was by permission only, allowing access to parts of the … Continue reading

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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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The Congham Conga

After a 4½ mile evening conga around Congham and Grimston Carr, Hugh and Jane led 10 King’s Lynn Ramblers back to The Anvil Inn for some energy replenishment. Photo By: Ray Longman

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Thornham

During a vital challenge of Poo Sticks on the River Hun by Redwell Marsh Nature Reserve the group of 18 King’s Lynn Ramblers got fragmented where the guilty party were truly left behind with the leading party out of sight. … Continue reading

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Massingham to Gayton

Leaving Great Massingham via Drunken Drove the thirteen King’s Lynn Ramblers crossed Peddars Way to Massingham Heath and onto Gayton Thorpe discussing the ultra modern pig igloos on the way. After lunch on Grimston Heath we returned via Little Massingham … Continue reading

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Thornham Harbour

In a temperature of high twenties Caroline led 14 King’s Lynn Ramblers on a 7½ mile walk from Thornham Harbour along the Norfolk Coastal Path taking a short break in the shade of the trees at The Firs. Leaving the … Continue reading

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Downham Market & Denver Sluice

A dozen King’s Lynn Ramblers met up at Denver Sluice for a 5.7 mile circular walk to Downham Market. The walk led by Hugh and Jane followed the Fen River Way along the river into Downham where some ramblers were … Continue reading

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