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Broadcaster 2021 sons River Waveney Beccles Marsh Trail D7


People from the Iron Age, Roman times and medieval times have all been here before you! The dyke systems on the marshes originate from medieval times and Worlingham Wall is a medieval fl ood defence on the route, which divided Beccles Marshes from Worlingham Marshes. These fl ood walls divided the common marshes of each parish where parishoners had the right to graze animals. The walk starts at Beccles Quay. VisitTheBroads.co.uk/walking visitbeccles.co.uk


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River Chet Hardley Staithe Walks C5 From Hardley Staithe, follow the right bank of Hardley Dyke and turn right along the River Yare. At Hardley Cross and moorings (where an information panel will tell you more), follow the River Chet, then turn right at the track that leads to Hardley Church and continue back to the staithe. You’ll fi nd this route on the map for walk 7 in the Wherryman’s Way Circular Walks (see Norfolk Trails link below). Please note that there is a diversion operating as part of walk 7, but it does not aff ect the circular route from Hardley Staithe. You can also walk along the left bank of Hardley Dyke and turn left along the Yare to see Hardley Mill. norfolk.gov.uk/trails hardleywindmilluk.org


River Wensum Norwich Riverside and Cathedral Quarter A4 From Norwich Yacht Station, cross over Foundry Bridge and turn right along Norwich Riverside Walk. Follow the riverside walk until you reach Fye Bridge, then turn left along Wensum Street, taking you to the cathedral. Go through the gates into the grounds (The Close) and walk down to the river and Pull’s Ferry. Turn right to return to the yacht station. VisitTheBroads.co.uk/walks visitnorwich.co.uk


Long-distance routes • The Weavers’ Way passes though the northern Broads and then goes on to North Norfolk


• The Norfolk Coast Path takes you through the Broads at Horsey and Winterton


• The Wherryman's Way follows the River Yare from Norwich to Great Yarmouth


• The Angles Way goes south from Great Yarmouth and into the Suff olk Brecks


More info, updates and places to visit


VisitTheBroads.co.uk/walkingVisitTheBroads.co.uk/nature-reservesnorfolk.gov.uk/trails • discoversuff olk.org.uk


alltrails.com/parks/england/norfolk/ the-broads-national-park


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