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This is a very pleasant rural walk along tracks, field edges and quiet country lanes. In some of the fields hares, skylarks, pheasant, partridge and peewits can be seen and heard. There is an excellent pub in Barnham Broom; it is closed on Tuesdays for food. It is the largest of the villages you go through.

England - East England - Norfolk - Countryside


Birds, Butterflies, Church, Flowers, Food Shop, Great Views, Pub, River, Toilets, Wildlife
10/19/2015 - Bernard Kennedy

A gloriously sunny and warm October day so off out on a WW route today. We parked at the Church near WR10 and used the footpath through the churchyard to walk to WP1. The footpath from the NW corner of the churchyard has been cultivated so we walked around the generous field Boundry - this turned out to be the theme for this walk. Missing FP and PROW signs seem to be the norm with several of the fields planted with no signs of a FP being maintained. (We use a GPS to guide and record our walks so we can fully confirm the route). Particularly enjoyed the eastward leg between WP4 and 7, good views on a clear day like today. The leg from WP 8 to 9 was heavy going after leaving Rush Green, walking over the ploughed field in tractor tracks was hard work and the bit through Hall Farm was very mucky. Great views and the big blue Norfolk sky on a clear day and long stretches of paths made this a good walk today.

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