Tag Archives: Mousehold Heath

Sunday Picture Post: Taking the High Road

4th July. Sunny. Hot. We didn’t want long hours on a bus. We went to Norwich then walked to Mousehold Heath, the local beauty spot A riverside walk, a good way to start the day The depth of the valley … Continue reading

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Sunday Picture Post: Mousehold Heath

15th October, we bus into Norwich and arrive wonderfully early to walk through uncrowded streets. We’re heading for Mousehold Heath, a (mostly) wooded height that sits above Norwich on the banks of the Wensum. We cut through the cathedral close … Continue reading

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Sunday Picture Post: Norwich and its Heath

Fungi season’s begun. So it’s off to Mousehold Heath for us. A bus to Norwich. A walk through the cathedral close Then up the hill. Not high, but sufficiently steep. It’s where Robert Kett and his rebels set camp. (See … Continue reading

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Norwich Graffiti

There is a wall in the woods on Mousehold Heath, at Norwich. Just a length of wall. It connects to nothing. It’s not the ruin of some old building. In fact, it looks no more than 30-50 years old. Incongruous … Continue reading

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Autumnal Colours on Mousehold Heath

This week, snow. Last week, this . . .

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