Published: Monday, 17th December 2018
A healthy walk starting in the Hunstanton Heritage Gardens will be the perfect way to start the New Year.
West Norfolk Walking for Health and the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk have organised two guided walks on 1 January 2019.
One walk is about 1.5 miles, and the other is about 3 miles. Both will start in the Hunstanton Heritage Gardens at 10:30am. There is no need to book a place: anyone who is interested should simply meet at St Edmund’s church ruins near the old lighthouse, register, and choose their walk.
Both walks are fully supervised, and suitable for all standards of walkers. Everyone walks at their own pace in a sociable and chatty atmosphere and no one will be left to walk by themselves.
Each walker is responsible for their own safety, so should wear suitable footwear and clothing. Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Dogs are welcome, and should be on a short lead.
Roger Partridge, activities coordinator for the Hunstanton Heritage Gardens, said: “This is a perfect activity to blow away the cobwebs at the start of a new year! Come along and join us for this free guided walk around Hunstanton – bring the kids, bring the dogs, it’s a no-pressure, fun activity suitable for everyone. No need to book, just turn up on the day and stretch those legs!"
All West Norfolk Walking for Health walks are free, but any donations are welcome, and will go to support the work of this registered charity.
Further details are available from David Mace from West Norfolk Walking for Health on 01553 773164 or from the Hunstanton Heritage Gardens Activities Coordinator on 01553 616326.