A Norfolk Saints Way

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By Boat (Bike) or Foot

  • Following the existing Angles and Wherryman’s Ways
  • From east to west, and coast to city,
  • Along rivers and across the Broads National Park,
  • With heritage churches as way stations.
  • Through a unique and nature rich wetland
  • Telling the story of Christian faith from 7th – 21st Century
  • Beginning with St. Fursey at Burgh Castle and St.Felix at Reedham.
  • Around Breydon Water, once a Great Estuary,
  • from abandoned Roman buildings to a great Romanesque cathedral;
  • refusing to dodge the difficult histories  of William of Norwich  and  the Saints and Martyrs of the Reformation
  • Celebrating women of faith –  Julian of Norwich and Edith Cavell.


  • 42 miles (longer by bike)
  • Accommodation, shops and places to eat on the way
  • It can be broken down into shorter day walks of single destination pilgrimages

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