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Walking Route:The Angles Way - Redgrave

Walking Route

The Angles Way - Redgrave

The Angles Way - Redgrave

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The Angles Way follows the course of the River Waveney, which marks the border between Norfolk and Suffolk, from its' source at Redgrave National Nature Reserve through the intimate farmland of its' upper reaches to the open expanses of the Broads. This is a walk of windmills, varied wildlife and the special magic of the Waveney Valley.

Directions to Start: You can start this walk in Great Yarmouth at Vauxhall Station where a sign post marks the junction of the Weavers' Way, Wherryman's Way and Angles Way and notice boards give an outline of the route. Alternatively, you can start at Knettishall Heath Country Park.

Parking: In Great Yarmouth town centre and seafront. At Knettishall Heath Country Park.

Distance to train station: 0 (Great Yarmouth), 6.0 (Thetford).

Start Nat GR TM 519081
End Nat GR TL 955806

Points fo Interest: Waveney Valley, historic market towns of Beccles, Bungay and Diss, Somerleyton Hall, Carlton Marsh Nature Reserve, Redgrave and Lopham Fen Nature Reserve, Knettishall Heath Country Park.

Miles: 77


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