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Welcome to Norfolk Area Ramblers

Norfolk Ramblers is made up of ten groups, meaning we have the capacity to run more than just a busy schedule of walks. We organise path clearances, workshops and attend trade shows. This means that on top of our weekly walks, you could also take up the opportunity to make a difference in the community as a volunteer with us.

Keeping Norfolk Litter-free

A couple from Hardingham, Norfolk have started a campaign to clear Norfolk of it’s litter. Nigel Ford of Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) along with his wife Jenny have contacted us to seek our support. Collecting one bag of litter each  in 2017 is all that is asked of us – something that could be easily a achieved on a short walk.

Read the EDP article here 

Please join Nigel and Jenny in their pursuit.

What’s going on?

There’s so much going on in Norfolk Ramblers that we though it a good idea to try help newcomers get a flavour of the action.

Read more at our blog by clicking here

National Recognition

Eager and knowledgeable, Ian Mitchell (Area Footpath Coordinator) has been nominated for a National Ramblers award. His work has shaped Norfolk Ramblers as we know it now; more recently he has led the programme to save our footpaths – a sometimes thankless role but with extraordinary results for generations to come. You can cast your vote to back Ian and read more about the awards here.

Saving our footpaths

After running a workshop in October to help keen volunteers assist us in saving our local footpaths, we have made great progress – a thank you to everyone involved. We’ve still a way to go though, you can keep up with our efforts on our blog or Facebook Page.

Here’s some work we did recently in Mulbarton and Bracon Ash12377985_109120782794718_8864489464996111936_o