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High Ash Farm

#74 of 146 things to do in Norwich Features Animals
High Ash Farm High Ash Lane, Norwich NR14 8RD, England
+44 1508 492263
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Lovely Place

There is no where better for a bit of piece and quiet, with lovely maintained walks and plenty of... read more

Reviewed 19 April 2017
Sid N
Beautifully kept paths and interesting things to see

We walked here this morning - you may have to ask at High Ash Farm for directions to the car park... read more

Reviewed 1 April 2017
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“roman town” (10 reviews)
“lovely place” (2 reviews)
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High Ash Farm High Ash Lane, Norwich NR14 8RD, England
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+44 1508 492263

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Reviewed 19 April 2017

There is no where better for a bit of piece and quiet, with lovely maintained walks and plenty of wildlife.

Thank Sid N
Reviewed 1 April 2017

We walked here this morning - you may have to ask at High Ash Farm for directions to the car park at the top of the hill (free). From there you can walk for miles on lovely grassy paths over the farmland (which is FULL...More

Thank GetawayAddict
Reviewed 6 March 2016

Really well maintained and signposted with lots of wildlife and great views. Dogs must be on leads but this is a small price to pay!

Thank Ryn26
Reviewed 22 January 2016

High Ash Farm actively supports wild bird life with its variety of seed crops left standing through the autumn and winter months and is a wonderful place to see birdlife.

Thank Harry_Coe-Vert
Reviewed 26 October 2015

The most amazing place to walk your dog. They need to stay on the lead, but there is still lots of room for them to run around

1  Thank Liveinnorwich
Reviewed 2 June 2014

We go several times a year and love it more each time. It's hard to believe this amenity is so close to Norwich and so diverse. With grandchildren who love nature and a daughter and son-in-law who have less free time than they'd like, at...More

8  Thank RuthPearson
Reviewed 28 April 2013

This is a lovely farm now largely turned over to wildlife crops, with wide grassy paths kept mown so the public can enjoy Chris Skinner's permissive paths, and join up with the Boudicca Way if they so wish too. An oasis of calm just outside...More

4  Thank Anne S
Reviewed 24 February 2013

This is a wonderful area a few miles from Norwich city centre, and the land owner has set this land aside, for Nature Conversation, Route clearly marked, wide and well maintaned. (Permissive Open Access). Opposite you can Visit the Venta Icenorum, Roman Town Walls, Burial...More

3  Thank michaelPNorfolkUK
Reviewed 14 October 2012 via mobile

Decided to visit High Ash Farm for a dog walk after reading about it in the Edp. Free parking at the Roman fort then cross the busy road into High Ash Farm. There is a map just as you enter so you can see the...More

1  Thank iluvhobbits
Reviewed 31 August 2012

The walks on High Ash farm are a wonderful place to spend a few hours. A great deal of effort has gone in to making the walks interesting and user friendly. Walks are all clearly marked with the occasionally strategically located bench along the way....More

1  Thank crimsonhemlock
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