Sunday, 26 April 2015


Some images from the three day walk along the Norfolk Coastal Path

Hunstanton War Memorial
Hunstanton lighthouse from the remains of
St Edmund's Chapel
From Old Hunstanton
Dunes at Old Hunstanton towards Holme next the Sea
The walk towards Holme next the Sea
Perfect weather for walking!
Heading towards Thornham
Magnificent views and an excellent lunch spot!
All Saint's Church, Thornham
The thirteenth century doorway with its
fifteenth century perpendicular door
The fifteenth century octagonal font with its
painted shields
The altar
The nave with its thirteenth century arcade columns
The little side chapel
The walk continues towards Brancaster
The fifteenth century tower of St Mary's
Church, Brancaster
A very beautiful church with lots of interesting
features including alms boxes and a wheeled bier
for transporting coffins up the hill to the cemetery
The east window showing Christ seated
upon a rainbow
Onwards towards Burnham Deepdale
Near Burnham Deepdale and the end of the first day's walk
Day two began with a look at the beautiful church of St Mary's,
Burnham Deepdale with its distinctive round tower
The Saxon round tower
View from the churchyard at the back
The Saxon belfry windows constructed with
flat flints to make round topped openings
The Norman font with its depictions of the
farming year for the working man
The nave
The altar and the east window
The pulpit and the little low-side window with
medieval stained glass depicting a cross within
a circle
The side chapel
There are some very beautiful and interesting
stained glass works within the church
Overy windmill as seen on the walk towards
Burnham Overy Straithe
Perfect weather once again and the second day's
walk ended at Stiffkey
The third and final day's walk began at Stiffkey, and
continuing on past Morston and Blakeney where we had
lunch (Weybourne crab)!
The windmill at Cley next the Sea where we
stopped for tea and cake!
The lovely Priory and Parish church at Weybourne
The altar from the nave
The simple altar at Weybourne
The organ and the lectern
The pulpit
Cross and brass memorials...
We ended the third day at Sherringham, the end
of the Norfolk Coastal Path for us as we had
previously walked from Sherringham to Cromer
An unforgettable sunset ended day three at Heacham Beach
near to where we had been staying!


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