A free book of routes to discover West Norfolk has been launched.
It gives walkers the chance to explore miles of countryside by following routes in and around the Sandringham estate and around the coast. There are also three cycling routes.
The book, West Norfolk’s Coastal Treasures, has been designed to help explore the area’s heritage, history and beauty. It has been written and produced by Norfolk County Council’s Norfolk Trails team in collaboration with Norfolk Museums Service with contributions from Archaeology East Anglia and The Nelson Society.
Andrew Jamieson, the county council’s champion for walking and cycling, said: “I’d like to encourage people to pick up a copy and explore these stunning routes for themselves.”
Oliver Bone, curator at Norfolk Museums Service, said: “We would love for people to walk the routes themselves while finding out about the fascinating people and places along them.”
The book will be available at 21 locations along the routes including Tourist Information Centres, cafes and businesses.
Publication has been funded by the Coastal Communities Fund.
Copies can also be obtained, for the price of postage, at: https://shop.nationaltrail.co.uk/
Route maps and information can also be downloaded on the county council’s website, www.norfolk.gov.uk/coastaltreasures