Templewood Wetlands Walk.

This special festival walk offered a fascinating look at a co-operative scheme developed by landowner Eddie Anderson and the Norfolk Rivers Authority. We learned how newly dug pools & reedbeds were rapidly purifying the River Mun, supporting all sorts of wildlife, birdlife, vegetation, dragonflies etc.

We followed the river past Templewood’s ornamental lake and giant gunnera, passing the odd statue and shepherd’s hut, and on through established woodlands until we reached the Little Broad and it’s family of swans. Eddie was a lively and entertaining guide – describing the historic, environmental and geological aspects en-route.

We discovered a delightful secret corner of North Norfolk – a few surprises here and there, and only one or two got their feet wet!

 

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