Trunch Circular Walk

Route type: Circular and Linear Walks

This walk takes a scenic circuit around the picturesque village of Trunch, through rolling farmland and wooded paths, punctuated by a number of old farmsteads and historic buildings.

St Botolph’s church is close to the start of the walk, and well worth a look around. Built in the 15th Century, the hammerbeam roof and richly ornamented screen form the perfect backdrop for the incredible font canopy. The oak canopy is rich with carved detail including fruits, flowers, leopards and lions, and is one of only four such canopies surviving in England.

Many historic barns and farmhouses line both Brewery Road and Mundesley Road. The oldest of these is the 16th Century flint and brick Hall Farm House, with its two barns of a similar age.

This walk can be enjoyed at any time of year - from a breezy summer's day dappled in sunlight through to a crisp winter walk.