A fine circular walk today from Weybourne beach, through the village to the station then following the path alongside the railway line to the wildlife pond. Returning via Kelling Heath and back down to the village, then a quick look at the medieval Augustinian priory ruins. And finally we popped in to the lovely village stores, a most friendly welcome, lovely atmosphere plus spectacularly good pastries and coffee!
A lovely sunny day for a walk from Cromer via Newsteads Lane & paths to Incleborough Hill. Admire the views with a coffee and mince pie, then back via Runton Top Common - the geese eating apples - follow Mill Lane back to Cromer across the open ground by the railway line.
Fabulous autumn colours, frosty shadows and tree shapes delight the eye!
Autumn walks around Felbrigg park are always interesting, especially as the leaves drop and reveal the tree structures.
The variety of open walks and woodland walks, views of the hall and church are always delightful in late autumn sunshine.
Car park in front of the hall (£3) or walk from cromer - about 3 miles - for a full day out. NB: Last admission time to the house is 3pm
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