This isn’t a long slog; it’s easy walking through quaint villages and green woodland.
Hopping off the bus at Poringland we head down a lane lined with trees hung with bundles of mistletoe. How enchanting.
Which takes us to the village of Framingham Pigot… and an intriguing gate
There’s just enough gap for my camera lens
Wow! An English Country House
The village street is lined with picturesque cottages
The church is a Victorian Gothic revamp on an original Gothic base
A woodland walk takes us to the next village
The next village is Framingham Earl… we clip its edge, seeing only the church
Too sharp to be anything but a renovation, yet the original dates to C13th
By a tight country lane we head to Yelverton…
And past the local water tower… no longer used
Turning off the lane a footpath takes us through more woodland
Yelverton village pond… and time to say goodbye
Hope you enjoyed our visit to this quaint corner of Norfolk. See Tuesday’s post for butterflies and flowers seen on the way