News from the Trail

News from the Trail

Trail news

So, for those of you that had thought you had completed the Norfolk Coast Path National Trail, not so, you will need to come back! Today marks the ...
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Blakeney Freshes, following tidal surge, December 2013, West bank, looking north
Nearly a year ago, in December 2013, several stretches of the Norfolk Coast Path were badly damaged by the tidal surge. Whilst most of the trail was ...
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In September, Cromer joined Swaffham as the second Walkers are Welcome town, on the Peddars Way & Norfolk Coast Path National Trail and Norfolk! ...
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The Environment Agency (EA) advise us that the Blakeney East bank is going very well with a temporary path alongside for walkers. We hope this will ...
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In preparation for the opening of the coastal link under Coastal Access from Cromer to Beeston Regis, you will find that new signage is being installed ...
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Blakeney boats
We have great pleasure in advising that the Blakeney to Cley section of the Norfolk Coast Path National Trail will be open for business as usual from ...
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Flood bank 10 February 2014
Work is progressing on the Blakeney to Cley floodbank. The dry weather is certainly helping. The Environment Agency have completed levelling the bank ...
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Weybourne cliffs
We are pleased to update our users that further sections have been repaired and are now open to walkers.The 5km Burnham Deepdale to Burnham Overy ...
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The Norfolk Coast Path remains open with some short diversions where the coasthopper bus service is available.We are continuing to work closely ...
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The Norfolk Coast Path is, in the main, open with some local diversions where the coast hopper bus service is available.We are working closely ...
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