Meet at the Homersfield lay-by.
Head SW into the village.
Opposite the children's play area turn left, SE, towards and past the church, SE, wood right, lake left.
Turn right, west, onto the tarmac St Cross Road.
At the first junction tun left, south, signposted Angle's Way. The sign points into the field but stay on the tarmac.
Continue south, river views right, until a patch of woodland. Turn right onto the woodland path and head south.
At the end of the woodland, cross the stile and head west, fence left.
At the end of the field, bear right, NW, and cross the stile. Continue NW, ditch right. Aim for the footbridge.
Cross three bridges into Norfolk and pass the mill, always heading north.
Before a brick wall on the right, turn left, west, leaving the barns behind. Head west for 85 metres.
Turn right, NE, over s stile into a field, hedge right.
After 75 metres, if possible, follow a diagonal path left, NW.
If the path is missing, continue NE along the field perimeter.
At the field corner go left, west, hedge right, holiday cabins right, and rejoin the missing diagonal path.
At the end of the field, cross the stile and head west through the mobile homes, lakes both sides.
Head west towards Wortwell and the Bell Inn. There's a small car park here; a possible start point for small groups.
Head west past the Bell along the High Road. Take the path left, south, after the pub garden and car park.
Cross the stile and head south across the field, hedge right and under power lines.
Cross the stile onto the tarmac. Turn right. Head SW.
Opposite Bridge Fen, turn right off the tarmac, uphill, hedge both sides along a footpath.
At the field, the path bends left, right, left and finally right, NW, hedge left.
This is roughly the half way mark. Nice views. Merge with a larger farm track. Head NW to the High Road.
Turn right, NE, towards Wortwell.
Just after Oak Hill, turn left, NW. At the field, the path bends right, NE, hedge right.
At the corner, turn left, NW, hedge right. Don't enter the sports fields and village hall grounds.
Cross the busy A143 and head north along a fenced path and soon across the open field, no hedges.
At the end, cross the stile and enter the wood, downhill to a bridge.
Cross the beck and follow the gated footpath, fenced both sides. Head north.
After a patch of woodland, go through the gate and head north along a gravel farmland track.
At the T junction, turn right, east, along a gravel avenue of oak trees.
At the tarmac cross over with a right, left kink. Head east, tree right and, after the two seats, hedge left.
Cross the sleeper bridge and turn left, north. The path soon bends right, east, hedge left, fence right.
At the tarmac, turn right and head downhill. There are nice views.
Turn right past the Dove farm shop and gallery. Head SW and cross the busy A143 using the traffic island.
Head SW then left, south, off the A143 along the B1062.
Head south, then east along the B1062. Ignore the turn to Wortwell. Take the next right, SE, into the picnic area.
Cross the oldest concrete bridge in Great Britain and head past the Black Swan.
At the village sign, bear left, NE, back towards the lay-by.
Refreshments: Black Swan, Dove Farm Shop and the Wortwell Bell.