Ormesby St Margaret

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Ormesby St Margaret Walk is a 2 mile (3.2 kilometre) circular walk starting at The Jolly Farmers public house in Ormesby St Margaret near Great Yarmouth.

This walk will take you along the country lanes surrounding the village with views of local farmland and rural areas.

As this is a circular walk you will start and end at the Jolly Farmers who have a great reputation for serving excellent food and drink so why not treat yourself to a comfort stop before going home.

There are limited areas to take cover from the weather along this walk and no public facilities.

Difficulty level: easy

Surface: approximately 20% soft and 80% firm

Parking: roadside parking in Ormesby St Margaret village



  • Description of route - Circular village walk
  • Length of route (miles) - 2
  • Typical duration of route - 1.5 hours


Map & Directions

Ormesby St Margaret

Type:Walking Route

Ormesby St Margaret, Starting Point:, Jolly Farmers - West Road, Ormesby St. Margaret, Great Yarmouth, NR29 3RP

Tel: 01493 846346


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