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The Rambling Group meet every second Saturday,  at around 10.15am for a walk of somewhere between 3-5 miles.

Most folks stay on for a lunch at a nearby hostelry.

For more information please contact David Moncaster.

 

Next Ramble Saturday 9th March

Please meet at 10.00am for a prompt 10.15am start, in the car park of Felbrigg Hall, which is a National Trust property south of Cromer, off the B1436 signposted from both the A148 and the A140.  Parking is free for NT members, but you need your card, as they have the new scan system that issues you with a ticket.  There is a £3 parking fee for non-members, so where possible, would NT members please provide lifts to non-members?

We will then enjoy a 3½ mile circular walk that includes the lake, meadows and woodland. Throughout the walk you keep getting glimpses of the gorgeous hall, from different angles. There are no styles, walking is firm throughout and there are just a few minor hilly parts.

After the walk, we will go to the Roman Camp Inn at Aylmerton, which a couple of miles back towards Holt along the A148.

Please let John or Angela Mills know, by Wednesday 6th at the latest, if you will be joining us and whether you will also join us for lunch.  Pre-ordering is required and menus are attached.  If, as a non-member of the NT, you would like a lift, please let them know and they will endeavour to put you in touch with a NT member who has a spare seat in their car.  They can be contacted on 01760 788294 or by email to:  johnmills4@aol.com  

 

 

February Ramble

On a sunny Saturday morning, twenty-one ramblers and two energetic little dogs met up at the car park on Litcham

Common Nature Reserve for a walk along some of the Nar Valley Way.

The lovely circular route was varied; dense woodland, open fields and meadows, and along the course of winding streams; the only hazards  being mud underfoot and the very fierce gale from storm Erik, to battle against !!

Returning through the nature reserve, we were greeted by some beautiful wild ponies, who keep the bracken & undergrowth controlled.

Our walk ended in usual fashion, putting back the pounds - with lunch and a good natter at the Bull Inn.

Thank you, David for a great walk through beautiful scenery.