Kissing gate installed in memory of Jeanne Le Surf
PUBLISHED: 12:17 15 April 2019 | UPDATED: 12:17 15 April 2019
A kissing gate was dedicated in memory of Jeanne Le Surf, former ‘Rambler’ in the Eastern Evening News, at the Mannington estate in north Norfolk.
Mrs Le Surf, who died in 2017, wrote 'The Rambler' weekly walk articles for the Norwich (Eastern) Evening News for over 40 years and was Norfolk Ramblers area footpath secretary for several more years.
Norfolk Ramblers footpath officer Ian Mitchell said: “She wrote these walks for 40 years from 1962.
“The gate funded by the ramblers replaced a stile on a public footpath on the Mannington estate, owned by Lord and Lady Walpole. Jeanne advised the estate when it wanted to change some of its public paths and introduce some permissive paths 30 years ago.
“After the dedication of the gate, 76 ramblers and friends participated in one of the long, medium or short walks led by Wensum Group members around the pretty estate.”
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