Watton & Wayland Trails
The Wayland Word Journey
was launched in May 2007 and contains four
trails for visitors and local people to explore by car or cycle or,
for those with time and energy, on foot. The words in the book have
been written by local people, the residents of our Wayland village
and town communities, who wanted to celebrate the distinctiveness of
this quiet and lovely part of Norfolk.
Heritage Trail, produced and published by the Watton Society,
was launched in February 2007. Over the last few years the
Society has been researching Watton's historic places, and,
where appropriate, providing information plaques.
Norfolk Health, Heritage & Biodiversity Walks
A series of 'Walks'
booklets covering the main areas of Norfolk has been produced by the
The booklet is now available from the Watton & Wayland Visitor Centre, and, although designed mainly for use by local people, visitors may obtain copies on loan from our accommodation providers, ie as listed on the "Where to Stay" page of this website.
For information about the other booklets in this series please click here
The Visitor Centre has Reference copies of the Dereham & Swaffham area booklets.
From the Countryside Access website it is possible to download copies of any of these booklets or even individual pages.
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