Waveney Valley Walks

Waveney Valley Walk - Beccles and Gedleston  Beccles is a thriving modern community but still very much in touch with its history with a well preserved square, narrow streets and fine Georgian buildings. The Bell Tower dominates the town and the surrounding countryside, the splendid views from the top make climbing the many steps worthwhile

Waveney Valley Walk – Somerleyton  This walk starts and finishes in the picturesque village of Somerleyton. Somerleyton is named after a peace loving Viking, Sumarlithi, who arrived in the 10th century

Waveney Valley Walk - Carlton Marshes  A walk across the marshes to the River Waveney and returning along the Angles Way. Explore this varied and attractive part of the Waveney Valley

Waveney Valley Walk - Knettishall Heath Country Park The open landscape of Knettishall Heath was created about four thousand years ago when our Bronze Age ancestors cleared the forest for cultivation and grazing livestock. Since then the land has been used for sheep and rabbit grazing

Waveney Valley Walk - Redgrave & Lopham Fen Redgrave and Lopham Fen is an internationally important wetland site with recently restored fen, lush meadows, heath, woodland, pools and the source of the River Waveney

Waveney Valley Walk – Bungay Bungay is a fine old market town rich in history and the town centre is officially recognised as a conservation area by English Heritage. At the centre are the remains of Roger Bigod's castle rebuilt in 1294 on the site of previous castles

Waveney Valley Walk - Harleston Harleston is an ancient market town situated at the southern tip of Norfolk, separated from Suffolk by the River Waveney. In its earlier days the town was nothing more than a collection of market traders

Waveney Valley Walks (full guide) are a series of walks, varying in 1 to 7 miles, following the 77 mile long distance footpath The Angles Way


Redgrave and Lopham Fen
Redgrave and Lopham Fen
Redgrave and Lopham Fen
Bungay Market Place