I had a wander around St. Margaret’s Church, Thorpe Market and it felt like heaven itself!
The churchyard was so peaceful and a welcome stop for walkers.
Note the next two Sundays, tea and cake are on offer in the church.
Just a few miles from Cromer it is well placed for a trip to the seaside.
More tea and cake and wonderful views of the sea are to be had from the Rocket house if it’s chilly.
Further along the coast, and slightly inland is worth a visit to Great Walsingham where I have never seen so many snowdrops in one place! It’s such a special place and worth the 40 minute drive from Chimneys.
Don’t miss out! It’ll be bluebells and rhododendrons next! There are so many wonderful walks in Norfolk. Bring your camera and send us your photos to @ChimneysBB – we love it!
On February 20th, 2016, Horstead House near Wroxham shall be opening their grounds from 11am until 4pm for £4 (children free) taking part in the National Gardens Scheme where there are millions of beautiful snowdrops in its woodland.