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 35 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.

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Windmill
Event date: 30 September, 2018
Hoe Rough Walk
Booking now open

Join us for a 6¾ miles walk, taking about 2¾ hours including a brief rest break part way round. The walk will take us across some of the less used parts of The Neatherd, and on to Northall Green. Continuing north, we go on to Hoe, descending through Hoe Common and across Hoe Rough on the fringes of Beetley. We return along Mill Lane (part of Wensum Way) and then down Quebec Road back to the town.

Advance booking is advised, with tickets costing £5, which includes tea or coffee plus cake on return. Contact Ken Hawkins dtc.fpwarden@talktalk.net (07505 426750) or any committee member.

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REVIEW: 27 August, 2018
Windmill
New Routes Walk
Starting and finishing at Dereham windmill we set out on a 6½ mile walk exploring the new routes being registered on the 'definitive map'.

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17 August, 2018
Quiz Answers

Our fundraising quiz was won by Sue from Toftwood. As well as the kudos of being the winner, she also receives a £10 voucher donated by Dereham Co-oP.

Quiz and answers (pdf - opens in new window).

REVIEW: 29 July, 2018
A Glimpse of Dereham's History
Town Sign In a break from our usual format, the emphasis of this short walk is the views of our town itself. Exploring some of Dereham's history we also have a peak behind the scenes.

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6 July, 2018
Committee meeting
Synopsis

REVIEW: 16 June, 2018
APM - Etling Green Walk
scene Starting at Church House we crossed Neatherd Moor on our way to explore Etling Green.

The walk returned to Church House where we held our Annual Public Meeting; a review of the year and an opportunity to ask questions of the committee and make suggestions, with free tea/coffee and cake.

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REVIEW: 28 May, 2018
Late May Bank Holiday - Fens & Meadows Walk
Wet
A 6½ mile walk exploring our Fens and Water Meadows.

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