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Norfolk Coast Path & Peddars Way

by: Alexander Stewart


Thank you to those who wrote in with the following updates including: P Chalk, Tony Ferrari, Nick Dowson, Jonathan Bond, Lyn Keates.


The information has not yet been checked by Trailblazer but it will be for the next edition.

Updates relating to the 1st edition



p188 Map 44, East Runton. Leakes Caravan Park, Cromer Road. The coastal path runs behind the caravan park not through it. The coastal path signs point this way but people walking into the caravan park think it's the coastal path and then have to turn around after finding out it's a dead end and private property. 


IMPORTANT: Hunstanton to Burnham Overy Staithe distance = 16½ miles 

pp139 and 246  Note that the distance figure for this section, mentioned on p139 and in the text on the overview maps at the end of the book (p246), should be 16½ miles and not the 13½ miles as listed (which is only the distance from Holme to Burnham Overy Staithe without the 3 mile Hunstanton extension). We apologise for this error. The distance is correctly given on the profile diagram on p246.



p15 September to December.  Norwich Beer Festival is at the end of October, not the end of September. 


p130 Map 23, Holme-Next-The-Sea.  The White Horse pub is on the east of the road junction,  under the letter i in White on the map, not to the west of the road.  



As we go to press, the Blue Lion Pub in North Pickenham has reopened. New owners Wendy and Richard Pyne sent the following information: 'Hours: Mon-Wed - closed; Thurs - 1700-2300, Fri- 1500-midnight; Sat - midday-midnight ; Sun - midday-2230'

'Current opening hours are, for the time being limited, advance notice of a visit would be appreciated - phone 01760 622527. We may even be able to open the pub on scheduled closed days if numbers are sufficient. We do not currently serve food, but may possibly be able to provide if enough notice is given'. 

Norfolk Coast Path & Peddars Way