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Saxlingham Thorpe, Norfolk

Difficulty Easy

Walking time 3 hours

Length 10.4km / 6.5mi

Route developer: Dave Hamilton

Route checker: Tracy Keen

Start location Duke’s Head, Shotesham, Norfolk
Route Summary Numerous churches were built in Norfolk during the 13th-14th centuries as the wool trade brought prosperity to the region. Many later fell into ruin due to the Black Death and the Reformation. This fine walk visits two atmospheric abandoned churches.
Reviews
1 review
Overall rating:
Dec 18, 2016
philip.snelling
(1 reviews)
A pleasant leisurely walk through gently rolling countryside. Interesting churches, both ruined and working. Saxlingham Neathergate is nice with a good picnic spot at the little green/memorial. Parking at the start is on-street and rather limited so unless you arrange with the Globe pub may be difficult for a group walk. Quite a bit of quiet road walking but there are couple of places where paths could be taken instead. Firstly in description paragraph 1 go straight over Hawes Green Lane, cross one field then TL on path to St Mary's Church, then on to adjacent St Martins. Secondly in paragraph 6, at NE corner of Little Wood TL on to Boudicca way and follow this back to Shotesham thus avoiding Market Lane.
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