Sept/Oct Walks 2020 Please read details about the walks.
If you are new to walking and would like to join us then please contact Sarah on 07879640676 or email firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance as I need to know that you feel confident in doing our walks in the interest of safety for yourself and others. As these walks are not a stroll! Ideally you will have some level of fitness. I do charge £5.00 for coming along as ‘prospective member’ for one walk only but this is redeemable against the yearly membership of £25.00. Payment for walks can be made at Solemates Santander Account: Sort Code: 09-01-27, Account: 87905720 or payment of £5.00 on the day. Please note that we normally have breaks on all walks and we usually take snacks/drinks to have on route even though we may stop at a pub/tea shop afterwards which is optional.
In addition we take photographs (for our facebook page) and sometimes video for promotional purposes so if you do not wish to be included then that is fine, please just opt out!
I also do not allow dogs on the walks, because of possible issues with cattle. There are other groups which cater for dog walkers.
Please have a look at the slideshow of Solemates from 2017 on the home page if you would like to see what we get up to.
Any ‘new/prospective’ member will now need to pay £5.00 towards membership which is redeemable against the yearly cost of now £25.00 should they decide to try us out at any time, at an event or any walk. Any existing member re-joining at any time during 2020 the rate will continue to be £20.00 but for next year it will increase to £25.00.
A group photo of us below, earlier in the year before social distancing.
In line with Government restrictions numbers will be limited and people will need to ‘book in’ with me and to be able to give their contact details.
To ‘book in’ with me, you can either do this by texting me on 07879 640676 or emailing me: email@example.com I will then respond to your message, confirm that I can fit you in, and where we are meeting.
Please adhere to the following:
If you are showing Covid 19 symptoms then please do not attend
Please do not car share and please bring a face mask in case you may need it
Please do not share food and drink
Avoid touching gates and stiles where possible, and be respectful of other walkers at ‘pinch points’.
Please follow social distancing guidelines particularly at the start and finish of the walks.
Sun 13th Sept Burgh St Peter and ‘The Triangle’ About 7 miles
Meet ready to start walking for 10.30am, details to be given once people have ‘booked in’ with me. A peaceful circuit exploring one of Norfolk’s isolated corners, a defunct railway line on one side and a sharp bend of the River Waveney on the other two. Excellent views over the river and Waveney marshes, this walk offers the bonus interest of a very unusual church along the way. Please contact me if interested, 07879640676 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Open to ‘prospective members’ who feel confident in doing the distance. Picture of the unusual brick tower church at Burgh St Peter and the local pub, which we can visit.
Sunday 20th Sept Saxthorpe and Corpusty walk 8 miles
Meet for 10.30am start, meet up details to be given out later. This walk is mainly on the northern side of the Bure valley and provides some good ranging views over the rolling countryside, heading over to Barningham to return along country lanes. Please contact me on 07879640676 or email email@example.com to ‘book in’ with me and I will confirm. ‘Prospective’ members welcome to join us.
Sun 27th Sept Hickling walk 7.5 to 8 miles, kindly led by John Now full up!!
Meet/park ready to start walking at 10.30am from Hickling village centre (Exact meeting details will be given when you ‘book in’ with me). This walk is a lovely flat circular walk in the Broadland area of the county, we take in Sutton, Ingham and Calthorpe on route passing Sutton Mill to Ingham Church for a break for lunch. The walk is mainly on quiet country lanes and tracks. This walk is open to ‘prospective members’ who feel confident in completing the distance, but please contact me in the first instance. Members wishing to ‘book in’ with me can contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org or text me on 07879640676. Many thanks for your co-operation, Sarah.
Sun October 4th North Elmham walk, near Dereham about 6.5 miles
This walk starts from the centre of North Elmham and takes us through the grounds of North Elmham hall, along some quiet lanes over to the old disused railway track and county school station, which once served the local school. The village once had it’s own railway station on the Wymondham to Fakenham line, the building still exists but is now a residential home. On our return we go along Church lane to visit the ruins of an old Norman Chapel which is now looked after by English Heritage,and the chapel was once on a site of an earlier Anglo Saxon timber cathedral. Drinks on our return locally in the village, prospective members welcome to join us but please contact me to ‘book in’ (which applies to everyone of course) on email@example.com or text Sarah on 07879 640676.
Sunday 11th October Horsford walk 7 to 8 miles, kindly led by Gwenie.
Meet ready to start walking at 10.30am, details will be given out when you ‘book in’ with me. This walk takes in woodland areas surrounding the village of Horsford, it may be wet under foot if it has rained recently. A lovely local walk, ‘prospective members’ welcome if they feel confident in doing the distance. Please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org or text me on 07879 640676 for everyone to ‘book in’ with me. Many thanks, Sarah. Optional refreshments available after the walk.
Sunday 18th October A day off!
Sunday 25th October Cromer Walk About 9 miles, kindly led by Lorraine
Meet in Cromer town, ready to start walking for 10.30am. Details will be given out when you ‘book in’ with me. This walk is a circular route, which heads over to Overstrand, Northrepps, Sidestrand and back to Cromer with lovely views along the way. The walk consists of a mixture of beach, fields, lanes, clifftop and woodland with a few slopes thrown in along the way! Toilets available at the beginning of the walk and also in Overstand. Please contact me on email@example.com or text me on 07879 640676 to ‘book in’ with me. Prospective members welcome to join us, but must be able to do the distance of 9 miles.
More walks to follow/………..
Would you like to lead a walk in the future?? Please let me know, I expect some of you have been checking some walks out over the last 3 months. It is good to have a change of leader and different areas from time to time.
As with any activity there is always a risk attached to it and walking is no different. All persons attending the walks or events, do so at their own risk and are expected to take responsibility for their own safety and welfare. Solemates can not be held responsible for any accidents or injuries during any events. Please ensure that you have suitable clothing and footwear for the weather conditions. Should you decide that you would like to attend a walk/event then please contact me so that I can welcome you.