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King's Lynn & West Norfolk

'The village is best known today for the twin ruins of Castle Acre Castle and Castle Acre Priory, which lie immediately to the east and west of the village respectively. Both were founded soon afte ...
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'First of all, select your favourite bit of the coast, or maybe a favourite pub or café you want to reach. To plan your trip you do need to know how fast you walk, and everyone will have a slightly ...
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'With the opening of the 12 mile Wensum Way between Gressenhall and Lenwade in mid Norfolk, a brand new long distance walking opportunity has been created that provides a continuous east/w ...
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'The Walk West Norfolk app highlights the opportunities on foot, by bike or using public transport for exploring the countryside. It brings together hundreds of miles of walks and cycle ro ...
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'The path follows the Iceni Way. Unfortunately there are no waymarkers to provide directions and therefore a copy of the Iceni Way guide from the Ramblers Association and an OS map are vit ...
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'The Pilgrimage Trail public art project was commissioned by the Borough Council of King's Lynn and West Norfolk as part of the £4.3 million restoration of The Walks park, the only survivi ...
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'There are a variety of circular, short and long walks available on the Nar Valley Way. Take in some riverside views or walk through mixed woods and farmland whilst enjoying the wealth of historic ...
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'There are two waymarked Nature Trails, one 1½ miles long and the other 2½ miles long, and there are many other woodland paths to explore. The Country Park is planted with a mixture of eve ...
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'The Sir Peter Scott lighthouse (East lighthouse) lies alongside the River Nene and commands the entry to the Wash and fabulous open views for miles around. It is also at the start of the Sir Peter ...
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'All our Wetland Centres exist to fulfil founder Peter Scott's vision of connecting people with nature, so we make it a principle that our wetlands and wildlife are accessible to everyone.'


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