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This is a nice and easy walk through villages with pretty flinted cottages. The route is mostly along tracks and field edges which are in good order and well-signed. The pub does not serve food on Wednesdays. It is a very friendly pub and there is a good menu to choose from. You can on Fridays buy 'takeaways' too. The inn raises a lot of money, four to five-figure sums, for the Air Ambulance. There is a nice picture of the Falklands Islands on the wall, as the village had strong connections with some who fought there and lived there.

Langham is situated just a few miles inland from the North Norfolk coast.

England - East England - Norfolk - Countryside


Birds, Butterflies, Church, Flowers, Good for Kids, Great Views, Mostly Flat, Pub, Toilets, Woodland
04/08/2013 - Brian Foster

The Fenland Ramblers group did this walk on Sunday 4 Aug 2013. We found that there was, perhaps, a little too much road walking for our liking and encountered difficulty in making our way along the path from Point 8 to Eastmoor Farm. This was due to cropping up to the field edge and what appeared to be a nonexistent path when turning NW and encountering a field of oil seed rape. It might not be too bad at other times of the year? We extended the walk so that we could have our lunch break on the village playing field in Field Dalling.

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