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Millennium Milepost Babingley This milepost is a Mills type and has a T3/7 disk as well as a T3/8 disk. The mileages on this milepost are: 1) Kings's Lynn 7 2) Sandringham 2

Millennium Milepost Lynnsport Fields This milepost is a Mills type and has no disk. The mileages on this milepost are: 1) Sandringham 7 2) King's Lynn 2

Make the pavement wide enough for two prams, mobility scooters, and pedestrians to pass one another without one having to step onto the road.

It's August, it's heaving with people & vehicles. The A149 is at standstill from Snettisham to Hunstanton. Meanwhile, two people on mobility scooters are riding along the middle of the road because the single path isn't fit for purpose. In … [more]

There should be a cyclable route along the coast south from here to Snettisham and Dersingham to encourage active travel to and from Hunstanton.

Should be at the very least cycle lanes along this busy section of road.

Clear signs needed to make sure people know to turn left here, especially as the barrier on to Priory Lane east of here is impassible on a cycle with bags.

Have you tried cycling anywhere around here. It's impossible to cross in either direction if you are even in the slightest bit nervous. A terrible set of circumstances for cyclists. Uphill, narrow roads, all types of vehicles, driven at … [more]

The path here, all the way to Snettisham, is broken down, crumbling, unfit for purpose. Widen & resurfacing req. Once in a generation chance to provide cycleway & pedestrian footpath to connect 3 villages & a town. And create a bigger, … [more]

Cycle path ends here! Continue path north to around edge of roundabout. Create low sleeping policeman crossing here to connect to existing cycle path up Redgate Hill to next roundabout. The current alternative is to cut leaving cycle path … [more]

Used by all ages, this high passage is the main cycle path & pedestrian route for two schools, a town centre & three quarters of Hunstanton's housing stock. Completely unfit for purpose. Very narrow, high, dangerous sloping position … [more]

Dangerous zone. Road narrows to junctions & 90° blind corner. Widen for pedestrians & cyclists alike.

Large Cycle storage (Family locker & single sizes). Can be monitored via camera on Council Building.

The promenade between Heacham and Hunstanton should be equipped for cycling, it's wide enough. A lot of towns have shared spaces for walkers and cyclists.

The road from the Dersingham roundabout to the cycle way is really unpleasant to cycle at anytime. If there was a cycleway it would complete a comfortable route from Hunstanton to King's Lynn ( rather than the longer and winding existing … [more]

Didlington Drove, in Thetford Forest

Alternative loop of NCN route 30 crossing the A134

Alternative loop of NCN route 30 crossing the A134

Footbridge by a ford on the Peddars Way by Castle Acre priory

Route signs on the Peddars Way

Route signs on the Peddars Way, on a very little-used lane out of Castle Acre

The Peddars Way leaving Castle Acre on a narrow lane

Link from Castle Acre Priory to the Peddars Way

The Peddars Way leaves Castle Acre through the Bailey Gate

Modal filter in Castle Acre

The Peddars Way is an asphalt road north of Castle Acre, but a footpath has been provided on the west side.

Trig point at start of asphalted section of the Peddars Way to Castle Acre

Farm track crossing the Peddars Way

End of sandy section of the Peddars Way

Loose sandy section of the Peddars Way - grippy tyres needed

The Peddars Way crossing the B1145

The Peddars Way crossing Drunken Drove

The Peddars Way

Road crossing on the Peddars Way

Puddles on the Peddars Way

Route sign for bridleway west from the Peddars Way - but it's on the far side of the hedge.

Greengate Lane, from the Peddars Way to Great Massingham

Bridleway west from the Peddars Way

Route sign on the Peddars Way for another village walk

Route sign and staggered road crossing on the Peddars Way

Sign for bridleway and circular walk west from the Peddars Way

Sign for bridleway and circular walk west from the Peddars Way

A poem on a stele by the Peddars Way

Bridleway east from the Peddars Way

The Peddars Way

The Peddars Way

The Peddars Way at the A148 Fakenham Road

Route sign where the Peddars Way crosses the A148 Fakenham Road

The Peddars Way crossing Old Fakenham Street

The Peddars Way

Sign for cycle route from the Peddars Way to Houghton Hall

The Peddars Way - dips caused by wheel spinning motorbikes or farm vehicles

Sign for cycle route to Houghton Hall via the Peddars Way

Road crossing and signs on the Peddars Way

Road crossing on the Peddars Way

The Peddars Way

Ling House Road leading west from the Peddars Way

Bircham Road leading east from the Peddars Way

The Peddars Way crossing Ling House Road and Bircham Road (byways, at best)

Road crossing and sign on the Peddars Way

The Peddars Way - there are lots of spots where wheel spin from motorbikes or farm vehicles has left nasty dips in the trail.

Fork right on NCN route 1 west from Burnham Market

The actual market place in Burnham Market now has spacious service roads on either side of the main road for two-way cycling.

Sensible scheme to slow cars at the junction - but why not put in some cycle parking for the Burnham Market Stores across the road?

Vintage road sign on NCN route 1

The former railway east from Burnham Market is a good concrete road as far as the sewage works - and then an overgrown footpath.

The former railway east from Burnham Market is a good concrete road as far as the sewage works - and then an overgrown footpath.

The former railway east from Burnham Market is a good concrete road as far as the sewage works - and then an overgrown footpath.

Route signs on NCN route 1 at Burnham Thorpe

Start of green lane to Shammer

No cycle parking at Creake Abbey

End of the byway from Holkham

The byway surface is slightly better on the far side of the road

Loose sandy surface on the byway

Byway and farm road

The byway has a much worse surface than the Roman road

The Roman road outside the west side of the Holkham estate

Half-hidden signs for NCN route 1 in Burnham Market

Route sign for NCN route 1 in Burnham Market

Restricted byway north from NCN route 1

Route sign on NCN route 1

Route sign on NCN route 1

Route sign on NCN route 1

Signs on NCN route 1

Fork left on NCN route 1 to head west from Ringstead

Route sign on the Peddars Way cyclists' route

The northern end of the Peddars Way - no cycling on the Norfolk coast path.

Route signs on the Peddars Way cyclists' route

Turn right on NCN route 1, or left on the Peddars Way cyclists' route

Route sign on NCN 1 (and the Peddars Way cyclists' route)

Route sign on NCN 1 (and the Peddars Way cyclists' route)

No way through on the old railway towards Docking

The former Sedgeford station - no way through on the old railway towards Heacham

Right turn on the cyclists' Peddars Way route (and NCN1 coming from the west and turning left/north)

The Peddars Way continues north as a footpath, and cyclists have to turn left and follow a road route

The Peddars Way - it continues north as a footpath, and cyclists have to turn left and follow a road route

The Peddars Way

Road crossing on the Peddars Way

The Peddars Way

The Peddars Way passing through the Sandringham estate

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