Mid-Norfolk And Brecks

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College Farm

Barnham Broom Hotel

Dereham Windmill

Gressenhall Farm & Workhouse

Weeting Heath

Ancient House

Bishop Bonner’s Cottage Museum

The Dragonfly Gallery

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Original Art Photography by Joe Lenton

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St George’s Distillery

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Explore Mid-Norfolk and Brecks

The area of Mid-Norfolk and Brecks is as rich in heritage as the more well-known areas of the county, and this combined with a peaceful rural landscape makes this part of Norfolk a fascinating place to visit.

Alongside areas of North and West Norfolk, the mid-Norfolk area is very much at the heart of Norfolk’s modern farming community, contrast that to The Brecks, which is considered an unusual and rare natural habitat, with swathes of gorse-covered sandy heath towards the south of Norfolk (and in to north Suffolk) providing unusual flora and fauna. This is just part of the attraction of the rich nature of Mid-Norfolk and the Brecks. The area is teaming with wildlife, including the River Wensum which harbours an extraordinary biodiversity of life.

Since its establishment in 1914 Thetford forest has provided accessible wilderness for families explore, with miles of tracks perfect for cycling or walking. And don’t forget to journey back to a bygone era along the Mid-Norfolk railway, providing another slice of Norfolk heritage to enjoy.

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Mid-Norfolk and Brecks Walks

We have several walks in this area, which you can see details and photos of by clicking an image below. If you want to chose walks based on length (short, moderate, or long distance), visit our walks page