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Earsham, Queens Head (id: 99)

Station Road. Pub by agreement or street parking., NR35 2TS,
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X 231, OL 40 - View OS Map

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Bigod Way 2018-10-05 No Dogs
2018 - Fri Oct 5th -  10:00  - 10 Miles
Meet: Earsham, Queens Head, Station Road. Pub by agreement or street parking.
NR35 2TS   OS Map: X 231, OL 40
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Food: Bring your own picnic lunch
The Bigod Way follows the popular Bath Hills route with footpaths south of Bungay. The map shows a short branch onto an island in the Waveney. This is worth a visit and bird watchers might see a kingfisher. This spot is used by wild swimmers.


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