Thetford’s Riverside Heritage. From Roman roads to Viking invasion, coffee mills to public lidos, the rivers in Thetford hold many stories. Beginning at the ruins of the Priory of Our Lady of Thetford, this guided walk will take you along scenic riverside pathways. Explore the history of the town, including Spring Walks, the ancient trackway of Nun’s Bridges, and the site of the medieval Thetford Castle.
This walk is hosted by the Brecks Fen Edge and Rivers Landscape partnership scheme, and made possible with the support of the National Lottery Heritage Fund. This walk is as part of Walk Norfolk 2022, an accessible walking festival delivered by Pathmakers. Pathmakers is a charity dedicated to improving access to the Norfolk Countryside for people of all abilities and backgrounds.
Date: Wednesday 26th October
Time: 10am – 12pm (Please arrive in advance of the start time)
Admission: Free of charge
Spaces are limited and so booking is required: To book your free ticket, visit: https://pathmakers.org.uk/events/thetfords-riverside-heritage/
Meeting Point: This guided walk will commence at the car park of Thetford Priory. What 3 Words – https://w3w.co/damage.decompose.adopt
Parking: Free car parking is available but limited, however multiple large free car parks, and access to public transport is available near by. For more information contact: email@example.com
Distance: approx. 2 miles
Dogs are permitted on leads, but please be aware that the walk will include riverside pathways that may be narrow in places
Please wear appropriate clothing and footwear for the weather.