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BernardBarnett
Apr-20-2011 @ 8:14 AM                           Permalink
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If you're towing a dinghy you can mudweight in the broad, row to the staithe and moor it there. Cuts a few minutes from the walk to the pubs.

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The Tour Norfolk website has an excellent page about South Walsham including suggested walking routes and a map. The footpath across the field is not marked on the map but can clearly be seen between Wymers Lane and School Road.

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http://www.tournorfolk.co.uk/southwalsham.html

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The route Karen has just outlined is the one we took last week.  A nice walk, but a bit long just for a nip to the shop.  If I recall the shop/post office was shut on the afternoon we were there although a pint in the pub offset the disapointment!!!

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The Ship is an excellent pub with food to die for. On route you will pass the Fairhaven Gardens, this is well worth a visit with gardens down to South Walsham inner broad.

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Thanks again everyone, I'm sure I've been there a hundred times (but not for a while) but just couldn't remember it! We tend to spend weekends around Barton as we usually only have Saturday night on the boat, but have more time this weekend! Might even be coming up tomorrow afternoon if we're lucky so can venture a bit further. If we can get a space on the moorings we will defiantly go for  walk to the pub Smile   Thanks again for all your help  Smile


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