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Barnham Broom

Norfolk, England

Mattishall walking and hiking route

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Walk Instructions

Start Point

Start along the road to the south, away from the church, passing a row of cottages and modern properties.

1. In 200m. turn left over a signposted stile, immediately before a street called ‘The Oaks’. The path is between hedges, with the base of a former windmill to the left. Go over a second stile and then a third, before crossing a cultivated field (Please not if crops are growing this path is un-passable) on a reserved path through the crop. Cross a minor road and continue along a signposted track. In about 200m., the track bends to the left, leave the track here to pass beside a wooden farm gate. There is a small pond on the left as the path continues across a field. Ignore a waymarked path to the right, following a path (green waymark) reserved across a cultivated field. At the far end of the field go right, then left, to pass through a little wood, there are frequent waymarks. Continue along the edge of a cultivated field, turn right to reach a ditch in 30m. Turn left to walk beside the ditch.

2. Cross a minor road, there is a finger post pointing the way ahead along a good grass track, with a hedge, and soon woodland, on the right. Follow the indicated direction to cross a large rising cultivated field on a (narrow!) reserved path. After the field, follow the waymarks along a grass path, go through a wooden barrier and metal gates to pass stables and join a public road.

3. Turn left to walk by the roadside through East Tuddenham to a junction with the main road, where there is a village sign and a covered former well/pump. Turn right then, in 40m., turn left to pass between commercial and farm buildings on a surfaced lane. The surface is soon lost as the lane heads towards Whitford Bridge, passing a little wood and rising very gently.

4. Join a surfaced road (Whitford Bridge over the River Tud is 120m. to the right). Turn left to head for Mattishall. As the road forks in 60m., keep right to stay with this minor road, initially rising gently. The square tower of St. Peter’s Church, Mattishall Burgh is in distant view ahead. Pass a plantation of young trees on the left before reaching a road junction.

5. Turn left, signposted ‘Mattishall’, (St. Peter’s Church is a short diversion to the left) to walk past the residences of Mattishall Burgh back to the main road, with the Swan Inn and an overflow car park on the right. Cross the road to return to the parking area behind the church.

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Disclaimer: This route was correct at time of writing. However, alterations can happen if development or boundary changes occur, and there is no guarantee of permanent access. These walks have been published for use by site visitors on the understanding that neither HPB Management Limited nor any other person connected with Holiday Property Bond is responsible for the safety or wellbeing of those following the routes as described. It is walkers' own responsibility to be adequately prepared and equipped for the ‎level of walk and the weather conditions and to assess the safety and accessibility of the walk.

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