Tag Archives: Norfolk Walks

Sunday Picture Post: Beach and Cliff

27th August we set out early from Great Yarmouth And arrive at the harbour’s mouth, just across the river, in Gorleston On Gorleston seafront, street art commemorates the making of the movie Yesterday in 2019… Looking seaward… it’s early, the … Continue reading

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Sunday Picture Post: Beyond the Marsh

Last we we left our marshland walk at Tunstall. Today we’re heading to Halvergate. Please do come along. The famous flint flushwork, much in evidence in this part of Norfolk The marshland wasn’t drained until early C19th. Before them *marsh* … Continue reading

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Sunday Picture Post: Marshland Walk

10th August, we hop on the bus… and get off at the next stop: Acle, the far side of the grazing marshes. We’re walking from Acle to Halvergate via Tunstall. These photos record the first stage… to Tunstall. Waterproof boots … Continue reading

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Sunday Picture Post: Down Tight Country Lanes

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 … Continue reading

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Sunday Picture Post: Weston to Ringland

We take the bus to Morton-on-the-HillĀ  and walk via Weston Longville to the local beauty spot of Ringland Hills. Put on your hikers and join us (it’s not a long walk) The glaring brightness cast deep shadows. I hope it … Continue reading

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Sunday Picture Post: A Half-Day Jaunt

19th July and it’s almost midday before we start our walk from Loddon via Stubs Green and Loddon Ingloss and back to Loddon. And it is hot! The land flat, and arable. How pleased we are to find a shady … Continue reading

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Sunday Picture Post: Coltishall

Coltishall is a village on River Bure, set at the furthest navigable point. We could hire a boat in Great Yarmouth and cruise upriver. But we don’t. We bus into Norwich and bus out again. We walk a short way … Continue reading

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Sunday Picture Post: Greenways and Wet-Ways

Jump aboard the bus, we’re going to Brooke, a small village south of Norwich, from where we’re walking back to Poringland, a one-time village now dormitory of Norwich. Oh, and put on your wellies. It’s not raining, but that’s the … Continue reading

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Sunday Picture Post: Hethel Part 2

I left you last week at the Team Lotus base on the outskirts of the small Norfolk village of Hethel. Now we continue the walk Hope you’ve enjoyed For the flowers seen, check out this week’s Tuesday Treat

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Sunday Picture Post: Hethel

19th June, a bus to Norwich, a bus to Mulbarton, and a walk via Braconash to Hethel and back. For those with an interest in fast cars and motor racing Hethel might ring bells. But lets start at the beginning… … Continue reading

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