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Join the Ramblers on some healthy walks

PUBLISHED: 07:18 01 January 2018

Walking for health in the countryside. Photo: Bill Smith

Walking for health in the countryside. Photo: Bill Smith

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The Waveney and District Group of Ramblers have two walks coming up in the week ahead.

On Sunday, January 7, the final festive season walk, as part of the group’s Festival of Winter Walks, will take place.

A 10-mile walk will be held in the Homersfield area. Walkers are asked to meet at the lay-by off the B1062 at 10am for a walk where a picnic lunch is required.

For further details about this walk call 01502 475188.

Next Wednesday, January 10 a five-and-a-half mile walk will be held in the Westleton area.

Meet at Westleton Heath car park at 10.30am.

For further details about this walk call 01502 716387.

Are you organising an event in the Waveney area? Tell The Journal by contacting reporters on 01502 525820 or alternatively you can send all your details via email to mark.boggis@archant.co.uk

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