Sheringham Park is where I like to start this walk (parking is ample – National Trust). Its a wonderful route which takes you firstly inland through fields and an amazing solar farm. There’s also an amazing stone barn (still with arrow slits) which has been converted to living accommodation just before you cross back over the main Road.

Across the Holt Road there’s a very short walk along the roadside then the route takes you past the recycling centre and off into ‘Old Wood’. This tree heaven is one of my favourite bits and perfect for a picnic stop.

Out of the trees and straight into suburbia… this must be the only walk I do which takes you through a housing estate but for some reason I cannot explain – I like it!

Another short stretch of main road *(A1082) and you’re off along Butts Lane’. This is a shrub lined ‘ginnel’ which leads  to Upper Sheringham, another picturesque part of the walk. From here you enter the beautiful Sheringham Park on the north side. The track winds through tree lined walkways then follows the park perimeter with views of the sea and the wonderful ‘Poppy Line’ steam train which ‘chuffs’ its way to and from Sheringham from Weybourne.

Weybourne Station is a very special treat, which has been carefully restored to its original condition as an M&GN country station. From here you follow a very quiet roadway back to the southern edge of Sheringham Park. At this point I either duck back into Weybopurne Wood which is crammed full of mature fine trees then round, once more into the park and up to the car park.

This is the route described above