So much lies hidden beneath the woods and fields we are familiar with – the remains of deserted villages, mills, prehistoric burial mounds, even a Roman road! A short series of guided walks along the paths, tracks and minor roads around Reepham will point out where some of these monuments once stood and try to explain how we can study the ancient landscape.
All walks are free of charge and open to everyone. Stout shoes and waterproofs essential. Unless the weather is really bad, ‘the show will go on’ for anyone who is interested. If you would like to come or would like more information, please phone or email Imogen and Trevor Ashwin (01603 870523; firstname.lastname@example.org) so that we know how many people are likely to attend.
Saturday 19 October, 1.30pm. Meet in Whitwell Station car park for a walk through the countryside on the southern fringes of Reepham. Numbers limited to c. 30 people.
Saturday 9 November, 10.30am. Meet in Reepham Station car park for a rambling walk through northern Reepham, Salle Moor and Kerdiston. Numbers limited to c. 30 people.
Saturday 16 November, 10.30am. Meet in the car park outside Salle church for an exploration of the hidden prehistory of Salle and Heydon! This walk will take in a variety of footpaths and greenroads. It will include some activities in which you can take part, so numbers will be limited to 10.
For more information:
t: 01603 870523