After our successful Festival of Winter Walks in 2018, we’re doing it again! Everyone is welcome to come along for a walk, meet new people and start a new year of getting fit and healthy. There’s a list of walks on our web-site at http://www.norfolkra.org.uk/ and we’re also pleased that we’ve again been featured on BBC Radio Norfolk.
Have a listen at 07:40:49 and 08:38:10 on the BBC’s catch-up service at https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p07w48c5.
Richard May, the area chair of Norfolk Ramblers, said:
“I’m really pleased to see so many new people walking with our groups, the Festival of Winter Walks was a successful event last year and I know that new friendships were formed during 2019. We know it’s often hard for people to get the confidence to come on a group walk, but we’ll offer a friendly welcome and do get in touch with a walk leader or group in advance if you have any questions or concerns”.
For anyone who is interested in following Norfolk Area Ramblers on Facebook, our page is located at https://www.facebook.com/norfolkramblers/.
Everyone is welcome (unless you post spam and then we will might be disappointed) and there are weekly updates with many of the walks which are running, as well as campaigns which are taking place.
Hike Norfolk also have a group at:
We have lots of groups in Norfolk Area Ramblers who offer walks across the county (and beyond), as well as walks of different lengths. Sometimes there is the belief that Ramblers only offer shorter walks, and although we’re proud to offer those, we also have some longer walks as well.
Legstretchers is our long-distance walking group and there are walks of around 18 miles offered on the first Sunday of every month. There’s more information at http://www.legstretchers.org.uk/, or why not have a look at the walk Cas is leading in February 2020?
Details of Cas’s walk on Sunday 2 February 2020 are available at https://www.meetup.com/Norfolk-Area-Ramblers/events/267116708/.