Burnham Market Books

Below is a selection of books about Burnham Market and North Norfolk:

In Search of Secret Norfolk: A Souvenir and Guide to Norfolk
This is a lavishly illustrated companion to the heritage and beauty of Norfolk. Norfolk is one of the few remaining counties where time, if it hasn't stayed still, has marched at a slower pace than elsewhere. Strikingly beautiful, it is also one of the most popular counties for tourists from overseas and from all over the UK. With the help of his own stunning photographs, Robert Leader charts the heritage and history of Norfolk through its great Norman castles and abbeys, its guildhalls and medieval wool churches and the stately homes of the great land-owning families who helped to shape it all. He follows the course of Norfolk's rivers, and captures the charm of its fishing villages and genteel Edwardian towns as well as the drama of its wide-sky lonely beaches and fenlands.
Norfolk Coast from the Air
The public's fascination for aerial photographs was confirmed following the publication of Mike Page's first book "A Broads-Eye View". Going out of print and reprinting within a couple of months gave the book a high profile throughout East Anglia and further afield. In this new book, the author/photographer takes the reader on a trip along the Norfolk coastline, focusing-in on towns, villages, buildings and features of interest along the way.
50 Walks in Norfolk
Explore the beauty of Norfolk with this slim-line pocket-sized walking guide with a range of walks to suit the casual walker and the hiker (between two and ten miles in length). The walks are fully annotated with places to visit on the way, each one highlighting a particular feature, including wildlife, history and the countryside. Refreshment panels highlighting tea rooms and pubs along the way are included, as well as general information on footpath signs, countryside access, walking tips, safety guidelines and dog friendliness.
Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path
The Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path together form the 93-mile (149-km) National Trail that starts near Knettishall in the Brecklands on the Norfolk-Suffolk border and runs north-west to meet the shores of the Wash near Hunstanton before turning east to follow the beautiful North Norfolk coastline to Cromer. The first part of the route, The Peddars Way, follows the route of a Roman road, running arrow-straight along the chalk ridge of north-west Norfolk; the Norfolk Coast Path, in contrast, follows the seawall along the beaches and around the muddy creeks that form a coastline that is home to some of the most famous and spectacular nature reserves in the country. This is the complete, official guide to the entire route for both the long-distance walker and the weekend stroller.
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