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A classic village sign will be there to greet you

Around ½ mile inland from Burnham Market, the village of Burnham Thorpe is the birthplace of Horatio Nelson. His father, Edmund Nelson, moved to Burnham Thorpe in 1755, after his marriage

Burnham Thorpe, Norfolk, PE31 8HN

tel: 01485 532610

 

A challenging off-road ride. There are easy sections, but others that are bumpy and some that involve moderate climbs.

Traffic-free, NR27 9EL

tel: 01328 850530

 
The village church

Sedgeford is situated about 3 miles south east of Hunstanton and is located in the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural beauty.

Hunstanton, Norfolk, PE36 5LU

tel: 01485 532610

 
The Middleton parish church

Middleton lies on the A47 around 3 miles east of King’s Lynn. The village extends north and south of the main road extending to Fair Green in the northern part of the village and Blackborough End in the south

Middleton, Norfolk, PE32 1RH

tel: 01553 763044

 

Southery is a small village located 6 miles south of Downham Market and 11 miles north of Ely, on the edge of the Cambridge border in Norfolk on the A10 and is predominantly an arable farming community.

Churchgate Street, Southery, Norfolk, PE38 0ND

 
The Fincham village sign

Fincham is about 10 miles south of King's Lynn and 5 miles east of Downham Market. Fincham has a relaxed atmosphere with its many old houses.

Fincham, Norfolk, PE33 9EJ

tel: 01553 763044

 

Venue for the World Snail Racing Championships.

Village Centre, Congham, King's Lynn, Norfolk, -

 

The Nar Valley Way is a 34 miles long walk, running from the historic port of King's Lynn to the Museum of Rural life at Gressenhall, and is contained almost entirely within the watershed of the River Nar.

King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 1HP

 
The Denver village sign (the sluice side)

Denver is a charming village about 1 miles south of Downham Market. Situated on the edge of the Fens, the village gently descends on the flat Fens toward Denver Sluice.

Denver Village, Norfolk, PE38 0DF

tel: 01553 763044

 
Sailing is very popular at Brancaster Staithe

Now a popular sailing centre surrounded by atmospheric coastline, Brancaster Staithe was once a Roman town and thriving port.

Main Road, Brancaster Staithe, Kings Lynn, Norfolk, PE31 8BW

tel: 01485 201256

 
St Mary's Church, Brancaster

The village with the church of St Mary The Virgin at its centre is surrounded by stunning coastline. It is a popular stopping point for people exploring the Norfolk Coast Path.

Brancaster, Norfolk, PE31 8AP

tel: 01485 532610

 
The waterway at Wiggenhall St. Germans

Wiggenhall St Germans is situated 5 miles south of King’s Lynn and has developed on both east and west sides of the River Great Ouse.

Wiggenhall St Germans, Norfolk, PE34 3EY

tel: 01553 763044

 
The King's Lynn Trail

This is a Murder Mystery Trail. The trail is approximately 2 miles long and you should allow up to 2½ hours to complete.

King's Lynn, Norfolk, -

tel: 01362 694132

 
The Swaffham Trail

This is a walking trail, in the Treasure Hunt format, and is approximately 2 miles long. You should allow 2 hours to complete the trail.

Swaffham, Norfolk, -

tel: 01362 694132

 
The colourful village sign

North Runcton is situated about 4 miles south east of King’s Lynn. In the centre of the village is the green and All Saints' parish church.

North Runcton, Norfolk, PE33 0RA

tel: 01553 763044

 

Beachamwell, Swaffham, Norfolk, PE37 8BD

 

The Peter Scott Walk follows the old sea bank along the Wash from King's Lynn, to the Peter Scott lighthouse at Sutton Bridge in Lincolnshire.

King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE34 3JQ

 
The Burnham Market Trail

This is a walking trail set in and around the village centre. The trail is approximately 1.5 miles long - you should allow 1.5 hours to complete it.

Burnham Market, Norfolk, -

tel: 01362 694132