Norfolk Walking Festival: Walking the path of the peaceful warrior woman

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PE31 7PE

Common Road

Snettisham

PE31 7PE

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Ken Hill circular walk - the place where the Iron Age ‘Snettisham Treasure’ was found.

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Norfolk Walking and Cycling Festival 2019

“Unlike any other civilization of the early Iron Age, the Celtic women were not only allowed to become warriors, they were expected to be so!”

During this circular walk, we will take part in nature based crafts and activities to help us embrace the importance of walking the path of the peaceful warrior woman in today’s society.

Mell Harrison has been a nature connection facilitator for over 20 years and this is her 4th year of leading ‘wild’ walks for the Norfolk walking Festival.

Please bring:

• waterproof gear- trousers and jackets as we will be sitting down at points.

• A sit-mat as we will be sitting down

• A flask of something warm to drink just in case we have a cold /wet day

• Feel free to bring cake to share!

Start/Finish Point: Meet opposite the GP surgery on Common Road, Snettisham, Kings Lynn, PE31 7RU (opp. Snettisham Surgery)

Family and child friendly: Women and young women only event (12+)

Distance of walk: 2 1/4 miles

Suitability: Low level – suitable for most levels of fitness i.e. short distance walks (under 3 miles) and rides (under 5 miles) over even terrain.

Getting there: There is a bus stop near the route’s starting point served by Lynx service 34, 35 & Coastliner 36. Limited car parking at start point.

Refreshments: Bring packed lunch

Toilet facilities: No toilet facilities during walk *closest shops and pubs are in Snettisham*

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PE31 7PE

Common Road

Snettisham

PE31 7PE

United Kingdom

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