Little Dunham

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This is an enjoyable walk with good paths which are well-signed and an excellent 17th Century pub near the end, The Swan, which is well-known for its good homecooked food (not open on Mondays). The route is mainly along tracks and in spring many banks are laden with primroses and violets, the wood has bluebells in it and trees, catkins and pussy willow adorn other places. The country lanes are very quiet.

England - East England - Norfolk - Countryside

Features

Birds, Butterflies, Church, Flowers, Good for Kids, Great Views, Mostly Flat, Museum, Pub, Public Transport, Toilets, Wildlife, Woodland
14/01/2017 - Bernard Kennedy

Bright and sunny today but freezing cold with icy patches and puddles to catch out the unwary! With Bernie recovered from the New Year Plague, this was our first proper venture out to stretch our legs this year. Soon got warmed up and nipped round the walk, not much wildlife or people to see, all sensibly tucked up indoors round a hot fire! We were not looking forward to the long easterly trek along the road between WP7 and 8 but it was quiet with only 5 cars passing us on this 1.5 mile leg. We enjoyed the walk, it was easy to follow but we did modify it at two points to get a bit more off road. We parked at the recommended place and headed south to WP2 - but soon spotted a path headed west to playing fields which dropped us nicely on the road just north of WP3. Similarly at the end, we took the FP at the Hotel off Palgrave Road before (north of) WP9. This path joins the FP from WP 9 at a bridge through the railway embankment. The bridge is shown clearly on the OS 1:50K scale map but not on the bigger OS 1:25K!

05/04/2012 - Walkingworld Admin

Our thanks to Shirley & Derek Wild for their updates for this walk. April 2012. Adrian (Admin)

03/04/2012 - Shirley Wild

We did this walk on April 2nd 2012 and found the start is now not as the photo (this path leads into the playing field), the start is slightly further along past a new house into a wooded area. Shirley & Derek Wild

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