News from the Trail

News from the Trail

Trail news

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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A community meeting is to be held at the Cliftonville Hotel, Cromer on Thursday, 30th January at 4pm, to gather support for Cromer town, the end/beginning ...
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The floodbank between Morston and Blakeney will be closed from Monday, 16th December as the Environment Agency make essential repairs to the bank. ...
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Following some damage to flood defences, footpaths and property on the North Norfolk Coast cross-organisational work is ongoing to assess, clear up ...
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