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Norfolk Area Ramblers offer walks around Norfolk and East Anglia led by volunteers from our various groups.

We are part of the national Ramblers charity and we welcome new members and walk leaders.

This meetup group will list just a small selection of the various walks and social events which are operated by the groups which form part of Norfolk Area Ramblers. Please note that although our Meetup group is free to join and it's free to come along to try us out - we do ask that you join the Ramblers if you attend more than three events.

Please note that Hike Norfolk now have their own home on Meetup at https://www.meetup.com/hikenorfolk/

Further information about the Ramblers in Norfolk can be found at http://www.norfolkra.org.uk/

There is a complete list of walks at http://www.norfolkra.org.uk (http://www.norfolkra.org.uk/walks.htm)/.

The groups are:

• Breckland

• Fakenham

• Great Yarmouth and District

• Hike Norfolk

• King's Lynn and District

• Legstretchers

• Mid-Norfolk

• Norwich

• Sheringham

• Short and Leisurely

• Southern Norfolk

• Wensum

Any member of Ramblers is able to attend any walk or event and details of joining are available at http://www.ramblers.org.uk/ . Potential members who wish to attend a walk before joining are more than welcome.

With walks, you don't need to RSVP and you can just turn up. However, it's helpful for walk leaders to know who is coming and the numbers, so RSVP if you can. For social events, or where a space has been booked for you (such as on a train or bus) please do all you can to turn up, as you may be holding a space that someone else can use. However, if you can't make it (and we know that happens), then please change your RSVP to 'no' as soon as you can.

Upcoming events (5+)

NORWICH RAMBLERS Sunday 24/02: Wiveton Downs. 11.5 miles. Leader: Gerald

Wiveton Downs Nature Reserve Car park

Norwich Ramblers Group, Sunday walk. NORWICH RAMBLERS is one of the many Ramblers groups in the country, together with Hike Norfolk and Legstretchers, also on Meetup. There are many other local Ramblers in the Norfolk area who do not use Meetup. Most Ramblers do not use Meetup, so do not be put off by small numbers ticking the walk! Besides the meetup group, you will also need to join Ramblers if you would like to walk with any of the groups. Of course we welcome new members, so you could try any group up to 3 times before joining Ramblers. You can later decide which of the local Ramblers group you would like your name under, although with the membership you can walk with any group in the country. Further information about joining can be found here: https://www.ramblers.org.uk/get-involved/become-a-member.aspx Gerald will be leading this 11.5 mile walk from Wiveton Downs Nature Reserve free car park, leaving promptly at 10:00. Full directions & google map with exact location is enclosed. A packed lunch and a drink will be required along with clothing and footwear suitable for walking in the countryside including for wet weather. Walking with a warm and friendly group of like-minded people who love to walk and chat

NORWICH RAMBLERS Wed 27/02: 11 miles from Bridgham Church. Leader: Simon W

Norwich Ramblers Group, Wednesday walk. NORWICH RAMBLERS is one of the many Ramblers groups in the country, together with Hike Norfolk and Legstretchers, also on Meetup. There are many other local Ramblers in the Norfolk area who do not use Meetup. Most Ramblers do not use Meetup, so do not be put off by small numbers ticking the walk! Besides the meetup group, you will also need to join Ramblers if you would like to walk with any of the groups. Of course we welcome new members, so you could try any group up to 3 times before joining Ramblers. You can later decide which of the local Ramblers group you would like your name under, although with the membership you can walk with any group in the country. Further information about joining can be found here: https://www.ramblers.org.uk/get-involved/become-a-member.aspx Simon W will be leading this 11 mile walk from St Mary's Church car park (opposite the church) leaving promptly at 10:00. Please see directions and the map for the exact location. A packed lunch and a drink will be required along with clothing and footwear suitable for walking in the countryside including for wet weather. Walking with a warm and friendly group of like-minded people who love to walk and chat

NORWICH RAMBLERS Sat 02/03: Roman Camp, West Runton 8 miles. Leader Ann

West Runton & Beeston Regis Heath car park

Norwich Ramblers Group Saturday walk. NORWICH RAMBLERS is one of the many Ramblers groups in the country, together with Hike Norfolk and Legstretchers, also on Meetup. There are many other local Ramblers in the Norfolk area who do not use Meetup. Most Ramblers do not use Meetup, so do not be put off by small numbers ticking the walk! Besides the meetup group, you will also need to join Ramblers if you would like to walk with any of the groups. Of course we welcome new members, so you could try any group up to 3 times before joining Ramblers. You can later decide which of the local Ramblers group you would like your name under, although with the membership you can walk with any group in the country. Further information about joining can be found here: https://www.ramblers.org.uk/get-involved/become-a-member.aspx Ann will be leading this leisurely 8 mile walk leaving promptly at 10:30am from the Roman Camp, National Trust car park, Sandy Lane, off A148. NR27 9ND. 50p car park fee for non NT members. The car park machine has not been working for quite some time, but you never know! Please see the map & details of location in the text. A packed lunch and a drink will be required along with clothing and footwear suitable for walking in the countryside including for wet weather Walking with a warm and friendly group of like-minded people who love to walk and chat

Hike Norfolk : Trip to walk West Irish Coast - 2 to 9 March 2019

I'm intending to lead a walk along the west coast of Ireland, which will be a linear walk along the coastline. The trip will be focusing on having lots of beautiful cliff-top walks, seeing the rugged Irish coast and also having lots of visits to Irish pubs. The last bit is particularly important :) **This trip is likely to be over-subscribed, so priority at the moment is being given to those who are either going on the Lublin trip in October or who were going to go on the postponed Lublin trip.** It's current Hike Norfolk members only. Hopefully as many people as possible will be able to go (within reason), but the limitation will be the accommodation availability. Please reserve the dates of Saturday 2 March 2019 until Sunday 10 March 2019. Further details will be made available nearer the time.

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