a picture paints a thousand words . . .
. . . and maps describe what words cannot. So here, to accompany this week’s episode of ‘Neve’: Arthur’s Sleep . . . here I offer a map.
Though some of these features you’ll find on Google Maps, most exist only on the e-pages of Neve, and in my head. It was here that I spent my childhood days (see Lady In Green); here that I fell in love with Count Alan of Richmond; here that I nearly fell down a well!
I regret I cannot show the contours. For, though Norfolk is famously flat, this is a relatively ‘hilly’ place, with a long ridge of sand and shingle (glacial deposits) extending between the two rivers. And Norwich itself has some (quaint) steep hills.