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kevbro
Feb-03-2016 @ 5:23 PM                           Permalink
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Hi all do you get to Neatished from Sutton broad if so how please Confused

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It is off the top of Barton Broad.

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Feb-03-2016 @ 5:40 PM                           Permalink
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As you head down the broad, take the left arm of any fork. You'll reach the River Ant - turn left towards Barton Broad. Go across Barton Broad and take the arm of the broad that leads off to the right. Follow that section and you'll see a signpost pointing towards Neatishead down a narrow dyke to the right.

It's easier to understand if you have a map   Smile

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Top of Lime Kiln Dyke off Barton Broad as Pally has described.

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Here's a map but don't take too much notice of the facilities and shops as the info is very old. Cheers

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http://www.broadsnet.co.uk/norfolk-broads-map.htm

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