Bunlod one
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Bungay and Loddon.

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Grid Ref TM3363789771
Lat / Lon 52.45591° / 1.43734°
Easting / Northing 633,637E / 289,771N
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Grid Ref TM3621298741
Lat / Lon 52.53529° / 1.48152°
Easting / Northing 636,212E / 298,741N
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Bunlod One's land is

Arable 65.8%
Pasture 12.9%
Urban 21.3%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018


Theo Bushnell

15 Aug 2022 Summer

Aside from its access issues, this route is an enjoyable mix of off- and on-road/pavement walking through typical Norfolk/Suffolk countryside with a few moderate hills. If walking from Loddon, from Ditchingham onwards there is continuous pavement until Bungay, but there are kerbs and it can be narrow in places.
If walking from Loddon to Bungay, take particular care crossing the A146 (at 1km) as this is on the inside of a bend; those going from Bungay to Loddon will have slightly better visibility. This crossing is between two gaps in the hedge on either side of the road: they can be slightly difficult to identify, but are almost opposite each other.

Solutions to access issues (walking Loddon to Bungay):
350 metres along Pound Lane after entering it from Stubbs Green (Common Land) there is a private access sign making the off road section drawn from the end of Pound Lane to Ingloss Lane impassable. However, just before this sign is a public footpath off to the right that comes out onto Ingloss Lane 1.6km north of the drawn route, but it is poorly signposted if approaching from Bungay.
The next drawn offroad section from Ingloss (Lugs) Lane to Bungay Road (that goes through Broome House Farm) is similarly private access, but there are two different public footpaths on Ingloss (Lugs) Lane, one just to the left of the vehicular access to the water tower (which is narrower), which is 1.2km south of where the previous amendment to Pound Lane comes out onto Ingloss Lane. The other is opposite where the drawn Pound Lane-Ingloss Lane section comes out and is a further 350 metres down Ingloss Lane from the water tower. Both of these paths are predominantly along field margins and emerge onto a residential gravel track by St. Mary's church in Thwaite, which is inclined as it joins Bungay Road.

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