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Norfolk - Slow Travel Local, Characterful Guides to Britain's Special Places

Travel Guide Out of Print
By: Victor Mallet(Author)
269 pages, 13 pages with colour photos; 18 b/w maps
Norfolk - Slow Travel
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  • Norfolk - Slow Travel ISBN: 9781841625515 Paperback Jan 2017 Out of Print #212511
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About this book

Norfolk - Slow Travel, although selective, includes the whole of Norfolk from Great Yarmouth and the Broads to the east to the Fens of the far west, from the iconic North Norfolk coast to the Breckland region to the south. The Norfolk landscape is far more variable than many imagine and not quite as flat as it is usually reputed to be. The North Norfolk coast, considered to be one of the most beautiful stretches in England, is also a hugely important habitat for wildlife especially migrating birds.

The interior of the county tends to be more overlooked yet also much to offer, especially in terms of landscape, historic monuments and characterful market towns. The county has a rich mix of architectural variety, with numerous country houses, medieval churches, Roman forts and Norman castles. The county capital Norwich is an important centre for art and culture, with its acclaimed Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts and the annual, highly rated Norwich and Norfolk Festival.

Contents

PART ONE: INTRODUCTION
- What is the Slow Movement
- An introduction to the region

PART TWO: CHAPTERS
Chapter 1: North Norfolk coast - Cromer to Hunstanton
Chapter 2: Northeast Norfolk coast and the Broads
Chapter 3: Norwich and the Yare Valley
Chapter 4: Central Norfolk
Chapter 5: West Norfolk and the Wash
Chapter 6: Waveney Valley
Chapter 7: Breckland

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Biography

Laurence Mitchell is a freelance travel writer based in Norwich; he has lived in East Anglia for over 30 years.

Travel Guide Out of Print
By: Victor Mallet(Author)
269 pages, 13 pages with colour photos; 18 b/w maps
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