Little Walsingham

Sunday 12 January. 10 members of the group gathered on a crisp and clear morning for a 7.7 mile walk from Little Walsingham. This was the first walk lead by Linda and her efforts are greatly appreciated. A path along the route of the disused railway line took us to the Slipper Chapel for a toilet/coffee stop. A series of small country lanes then lead us to the church at East Barsham where we stopped for lunch. From here we followed yet another small country lane to Great Snoring. The hard surfaces may not have been ideal but we soon discovered that venturing further into the countryside brought with it the drawback of muddy paths. The green lane leading back to Little Walsingham had been churned up by either agricultural vehicles or 4×4’s but we were able to avoid much of this by taking to adjoining fields. A short section of road then took us back to the cars.

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