New dates for geological walks along north Norfolk coast

Geologist Martin Warren. Photo by Mark Bullimore

Geologist Martin Warren. Photo by Mark Bullimore

Budding fossil hunters will be able to discover the hidden geological history of the north Norfolk coast in a series of walks.

Expert Martin Warren will lead the geology walks from April 6 until November 25, mostly between 1.30pm-4.15pm.

They are happening after significant pre-historic rhinoceros remains were discovered by Mr Warren at the base of West Runton cliffs last month.

The first beach walk, which is easy, will take place on Easter Monday between West Runton east to Wood Hill.

A more challenging walk is happening on Sunday April 19 between Overstrand and Sidestrand.

An easy beach route is taking place at East Runton on Sunday May 3.

A beach, steps and hill climb is happening on Tuesday May 19.

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On Wednesday June 3 an easy beach walk will be taking place from West Runton east to Wood Hill.

An easy beach and village walk is happening at Happisburgh on Thursday June 18.

A beach, steps and hill climb from West Runton west to Beeston Hill is taking place on Saturday July 4.

A more challenging walk will happen between Overstrand and Sidestrand on Friday July 17.

Mr Warren will lead an easy beach walk on Sunday August 2 between West Runton east to Wood Hill.

Tickets can be bought on the day of each walk and cost £5 per adult and £3 per child. Visit www.northfolk.org.uk or call 01263 513992.

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