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Geldeston is a small village right on the edge of Norfolk and within the Broads National Park. The route starts off in a car park alongside the parish church and follows quiet country lanes uphill along Stockton Road. The parish church is dedicated to St Michael and is one of 124 rare, round-tower churches in Norfolk. About two-thirds the way along Stockton Road there is a bridleway on the left. This heads north-west and then south-west, with superb views south over to the marshes and Suffolk. The bridleway ends at a place called West End, where the route follows a public footpath back into the main village of Geldeston. Here there is a little pub called The Wherry Inn and a lovely farm shop owned by really friendly people.

England - East England - Norfolk - Broads


Church, Great Views, Pub, Public Transport, Wildlife

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