Walking provides health and economic benefits and there are many places to walk in Dereham, some are public streets, some are parks and open spaces. Dereham has 41 public rights of way - paths and tracks which everyone can use by right. We have published fourteen walk-guides which cover most of the countryside paths.

News:

Regular Event: First Friday of the month
Friday Monthly Walks
Short walks around Dereham

On the first Friday of each month, starting in or near the town centre at 10:00am for a leisurely walk (no more than 4 miles).

Please contact Ken Hawkins for start location.
Tel: 07561 813243 (leave a message)
email: dtc.fpwarden@talktalk.net

4 June, 2 July, 6 August, 3 September, 1 October, 5 November and 3 December


View the short walks flyer (PDF, opens in new tab).

May 2021
Tree lined route
Short Walks Booklet

NEW: A collection of seven short walks in a booklet. Walks are between 2 and 4½ miles, but all can be shortened to a maximum of 3¼ miles.

co-op logo Thanks to the Co-Op Local Community Fund this booklet will be printed and made available in various places such as The Library - look out for your FREE copy.

Booklet (PDF, opens in new tab).

More details on the Published Walks page.
2021
Programme for the year
Covid-19 pandemic - please check website before events or phone: 07561 813243
Warning Triangle

While walking outside is not usually regarded as a high risk activity, we will follow Public Health England advice regarding public events.

This is a provisional plan and subject to change, please call back to see progress.

(BH = bank holiday):
Fri First Friday Regular Monthly Short Walk
BH Mon 31 May Walk
Fri 2 July Dual length walk
BH Mon 30 Aug Walk
Fri 17 Sept Heritage Open Day Walk
Sat 18 Sept Heritage Open Day Walk
Wed 13 Oct Walk
Fri 3 Dec Dual length walk
BH Sat 1 Jan 2022 New Year's Day walk
REVIEW: 18 April, 2021
Xmas image
'The Year Starts Here' Walk

A full COVID-19 compliant risk assessment has been completed.

Our postponed New Year's Day walk; spring has arrived and this walk definitely did not look like the original picture !!

The walk was about 5½ miles, taking about 2 hours. The walk appears on a map to be mainly through the built up areas of Dereham, but this is misleading as it follows many tree and hedge lined tracks hiding the urban picture.


Read the full report.