Geology walks along the north Norfolk coast

Geology walkers on the West Runton beach. Picture: SUBMITTED

Geology walkers on the West Runton beach. Picture: SUBMITTED - Credit: Archant

Natural history enthusiasts and novices will be able to learn the secrets of the north Norfolk coast on a series of coastal walks.

The geology events will be led by expert Martin Warren and anyone over the age of eight can join in.

People will be able to walk between West Runton west to Beeston Hill on Wednesday September 16 from 1.30-4.15pm.

The walk includes beach elements, steps, hills and climbs.

Participants should meet by the shelter at the bottom of Water Lane, West Runton, for 1.15pm.

There will be a small parking charge and, if there is no attendant, people can buy a parking ticket at the Seaview Café.

An easy 1.1km beach walk from West Runton east to Wood Hill takes place on Friday October 23, 1.30-4.15pm.

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People should meet by the shelter at the bottom of Water Lane, West Runton, for 1.15pm.

A more challenging winter walk is taking place from Overstrand to Sidestrand on Wednesday October 28, 1.30-4.15pm.

The 5km walk features an impressive cliff section from Sidestrand to Trimingham.

People should meet at the cliff top, in Clifton Way, to the east of Overstrand (NR27 0NG) at 1.15pm.

Tickets cost £5 for adults and £3 for children and can be bought on the day. Email martin.warren@talktalk.net to book a place.

Visit www.northfolk.org.uk/geology.

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