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Step out and enjoy some healthy walks

PUBLISHED: 07:00 17 July 2017

Healthy walks. PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

Healthy walks. PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

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The Waveney and District Group of Ramblers have two walks coming up next week.

On Sunday, July 23, a 10 and-a-half-mile coastal path walk will be held from Burnham Deepdale to Hunstanton.

Walkers are asked to meet at Burnham Deepdale car park at 10.30am in order to catch the Coast Hopper bus at 10.38am to Hunstanton for this walk back to Burnham Deepdale, which includes a picnic lunch.

For more details about the walk, you can call 01502 475188.

On Wednesday, July 26 a five-mile walk will be held in the Thurton area.

Meet at Thurton George and Dragon PH car park at 10.30am.

Call 07743 092 850 for more details about this walk.

Later this month a coach walk will be held. The coach leaves Lowestoft Royal Plain at 8am on Sunday, July 30 with a choice of three walks from Long Melford to Clare or Cavendish to Clare.

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