Churches on a circular walk from Blakeney
Walk down to Blakeney Quay, where there are lots of opportunities to stop and have refreshments. Head east onto the coast path passing Stiffkey Green and then head inland and climb to Clamping Hill. The church is opposite where the path crosses the busy A149.
St Nicholas, St Mary and St Thomas’s, Blakeney
If you would like to rest for a hearty meal walk further into Stiffkey and visit The Red Lion Public House.
The walk continues along the A149 back towards Blakeney – be extremely careful as the road is very busy and there are not many footpaths. Once that bit is negotiated turn into Cockthorpe Common and climb to Cockthorpe – this is a really beautiful part of the county. Cockthorpe Church is a short walk to the west. The Church is in the Care of the Norfolk Churches Trust.
When you are at Cockthorpe it is only a short walk to visit Langham Dome and Heritage Centre, a WWII gun training centre.
St John the Baptist and St Mary’s, Stiffkey
While in Morston there is the upmarket Morston Hall for Michelin star dining and The Anchor Public House which also does excellent fare.
Having visited Morston re-join the coastal path back to Blakeney.