Fakree one
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Fakenham and Reepham.

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Problems reported -  Access (1)

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Grid Ref TF9194329631
Lat / Lon 52.83003° / 0.84774°
Easting / Northing 591,943E / 329,631N
What3Words tech.brink.doted
Grid Ref TG1001722847
Lat / Lon 52.76240° / 1.11127°
Easting / Northing 610,017E / 322,847N
What3Words mainframe.womb.tracking

Fakree One's land is

Arable 52.4%
Natural grass 4.4%
Pasture 17.9%
Urban 15.0%
Woods 10.3%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018



30 Apr 2021 (edited 27 Jun 2023) Spring

Unfortunately the first part of Fox and Hounds Lane in Themelthorpe is impassable for walkers, cyclists or horses at the moment. However, there is a strong local campaign going on, which aims to restore this unsurfaced County Council maintained road for the use of all road users, possibly to the exclusion of motorised vehicles. Once that's solved the route from Reepham to Foulsham would get 5 stars from me.
From Sennowe Park the route, as it stands, follows the old Sustrans No 1, which was at least under review because from Gt Ryburgh the road is frequented by lorries and then follows a fairly narrow busy road in and out of Fakenham.
In my view a northerly route from Foulsham via Wood Norton, Stibbard and Snoring would be longer but more pleasant, although mainly on roads.
There are problems with this route, some of which might be resolved before long, and it's therefore difficult to grade it. It's more suitable for cyclists than anyone else in it's present format but there is lots of DMMO research going on, which I'm sure will unearth forgotten footpaths too. Potentially a fantastic route but it needs work.

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