When: 9:30am on Tuesday 25th October
How long: 7.5 miles, 3 hours.
Suitability: Moderate fitness required, suitable for children, dogs on leads and wheelchair users
Start: Weeting Castle, IP27 0AQ
Finish: Weeting Castle, IP27 0AQ
Getting there: Free car park at Weeting Castle
This walk follows mainly footpaths in the sandy Brecks area, once characterised by open windblown areas, now typically planted with pine woodland following WW1. Archaeological features abound on this walk: the campsite at Thorpe Woodlands was the site of a mediaeval settlement until the early eighteenth century; the Peddars Way shows one of the best examples of 'agger' (the raised embankment which supported the Roman Road) can be seen; at West Harling Heath, Bronze Age burial grounds or tumuli can be seen.
Any other information: Bring own packed lunch
Part of the Norfolk Walking and Cycling Festival