It has been announced that the first section of the England Coast Path in North Norfolk is to be opened later this year. It will run for approximately 25 miles between the villages of Sea Palling and Weybourne, passing through the popular coastal resorts of Mundesley, Cromer and Sheringham. This is great news for walkers and the businesses along the route.
Natural England has published the draft proposals for improved public access to the coast of Norfolk. The new path will run from Weybourne to Sea Palling.
There is a very special little nature reserve that not many visitors find when staying in North Norfolk. Lower Southrepps Commons Nature Reserve has been created and is maintained by volunteers. It is a wonderful habitat for a wide range of plants, birds, animals and insects. If you are interested in the natural world you will love it.
Proposals have now been published by Natural England on the route of the England Coast Path. The section of coast between Weybourne and Sea Palling is where access is to be improved and new rights of way created.
Scolt Head Island is a National Nature Reserve forming a part of the North Norfolk Heritage Coast.