Enjoy the best of local produce as you amble around Abbots Ripton estate

PUBLISHED: 12:00 01 May 2017

Walkers at last year's event

Walkers at last year's event

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Lord and Lady De Ramsey will open up their estate for this year’s Walk with a Fork, taking place on Sunday.

The event, hosted at Abbots Ripton Hall, will see walkers embark on an eight-mile amble around the estate while sampling local food and drink on the way.

The walk is being held in aid of children’s charity Ormiston Families, of which Lady De Ramsey is vice president.

Gavin Lamb, relationship and events manager at Ormiston Families, said: “We are delighted with the success Walk with a Fork has had over the years and are especially pleased to be bringing the event back to Cambridgeshire this year.

“We always look forward to Walk with a Fork and enjoying the great local food and drink from East Anglia and the beautiful scenery of the countryside, all while raising vital funds which allow us to continue our work with children, young people and families throughout the region.”

Tickets are £23, and dogs are welcome. To book, visit ormiston-families.eventbrite.com.

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