Horningsea Walk

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This morning our 6-mile walk started from Horningsea, 34 members attended. Our leaders were Jacqui and Carolyn. Horningsea village’s name derives from either “Island (or dry ground in marsh) of a man called Horning” or “Island by the horn-shaped hill”. The route took us from Horningsea to Baits Bite lock where we crossed the footbridge and walked along the tow path to Chesterton. This is where we saw a lot of activity on the river. As members of the Cambridge University Rowing Club were competing. Most of the rowing teams were in fancy dress. We re-crossed the River Cam and followed the tow path back to Horningsea. 

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