For photos of previous years, please see the Menu on the left.
Tuesday 14th May. Cat 2. 7 miles. A ‘figure of eight’ ramble in the varied landscape of the Holkham Hall estate, mainly through open farmland and woodland on hard surfaces and grass paths. The many interesting features include a deer park, an obelisk, a beautiful lake and the majestic, 18th Century Hall itself, which is the family home of Viscount Coke.
Monday 13th May. Cat 2. 7 miles. A linear ramble, starting at the Wells Lifeboat Station, follows ‘The Bank’, a straight, mile long embankment alongside the sea and into the traditional fishing harbour of Wells. Passing through the harbour, we follow the coastal path onto a grassy sea wall which takes us alongside salt marshes and through shrub land evoking the feeling of remoteness and big sky that is typical of the North Norfolk Coast.
Thursday 25th April. Cat 2. 7 miles Reclaimed from an old colliery, this delightful park contains the ruins of Shipley Hall and several lakes. A circular ramble takes us along bridle ways through open countryside, through a deciduous wood and up to Shipley Hall Gardens for lunch returning past Osbourne’s Pool.