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This is a very pretty walk due to the number of wildflowers en route, including orchids. Skylarks, pheasants and partridges abound. The paths are beside field edges, tracks and along country lanes. Guestwick is a small rural village surrounded by farmland. Foulsham is much larger and has a shop and a pub which has an excellent menu. For those who enjoy real ales, one is spoilt for choice here.

England - East England - Norfolk - Countryside


Birds, Church, Flowers, Food Shop, Gift Shop, Pub, Toilets, Wildlife
06/02/2017 - Joy Boldero

The pub as far as I know the Queen's Head is NOT closed as it is a very popular venue for the village. Opening Times: Sunday 12 to 3p.m. Monday -Tues. 4p.m. - 11p.m. Wed - Thursday 12 to 3p.m. Ev 5 to 11p,m Friday - Sat 12 to 11.3Op.m. Tel No 01362 683 339

31/01/2017 - Bernard Kennedy

As the U3A walks don't go out on the fifth Tue of a month, we picked Walking World 1969 for today. Pretty grey day most of the walk so saw few other hardy souls out walking. We downloaded the GPS route. We found WP2 and 3 to be inaccurate, we followed the guide and common sense here. Had to customise the route in a couple more places - impassible overgrown footpath between WP12 and 13 and a track that looked like tanks had been using it as an assault course between WP8 and 9. On reaching WP9, there were no signs to show public access. The track west appeared to be barred so we continued along the road into the village. Major blow, the pub in Foulsham had a 'Closed' sign hanging on the front door! Not much in the way of wildlife on a cold January day with a brisk cold wind blowing but did see four deer laying in the middle of an open field watching us from a safe distance.... We really enjoyed this walk and the extra hazards we encountered made it more interesting.

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