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Latest Blog Posts for Wherryman's Web

  • The Wherryman’s Way: sold out
    on Mar 23, 2014
    The Wherryman’s Way has sold out. Thanks very much to all 1,500 of you for buying it. Amazingly I never walked into a bookshop and saw it in the bargain bin. Four years on, I would love to update the book, but at the moment the publishers Halsgro...
  • Reedham: chimneys sweep up the Yare
    on Dec 17, 2013
    THEY reckon it’s 25 years since cargo this big last made its way up the Yare. And as these superb photos from Mike Page show it was far from plain sailing. We’re looking at huge sugar evaporation towers gingerly making their way up from Great Yar...
  • Surlingham Broad at Sunrise
    on May 24, 2013
    CONGRATULATIONS TO Fraser Johnston for winning a National Parks photography competition with this stunning photo of Surlingham Broad. I don’t know Fraser and I’m lifting the photo from the NP website. But I do know Surlingham Broad. It is always...
  • Hardley Mill: Rockley’s reflections
    on May 13, 2013
    HAS Hardley Mill ever looked this good? This beautiful photo from Hardley Windmill Trust chairman Richard Rockley shows the big changes on the landward side of the mill. New drainage works here have changed the landscape quite dramatically. In Richar...
  • Surlingham: A facelift for St Mary’s
    on May 11, 2013
    PREPARE for a warmer welcome at St Mary’s Surlingham in the months to come. To be honest, I’ve never had any other kind of welcome at this well-loved church directly on the Wherryman’s Way. But the parish has long felt that it hasn’t got good...
  • Roll up for the Rockland rollercoaster
    on May 1, 2013
    IF you’ve visited the Woods End pub at Bramerton recently you’ll know that it’s had a very smart facelift. Now it turns out that the man behind all that painting and decorating is about to re-open The New Inn at Rockland with his wife. And yes...
  • The Rockland Rollercoaster
    on Apr 11, 2013
    PUNCH Taverns says it wants the New Inn at Rockland St Mary to re-open again as soon as possible. The company denied suggestions that managers would give up on it as a pub and try to sell it as a house, adding that they were talking to “interested...
  • Picture Post: The Guardian does the WW
    on Mar 25, 2013
    THE ARTICLE is great too, but I fell in love with this image the minute I opened Saturday’s Guardian. Rachel Tudor Best is the artist. I think she’s summed up the Wherryman’s Way in a very beautiful and succinct way. See Patrick Barkham’s acc...
  • Picture Post: St Wandregesilius by air
    on Mar 22, 2013
    DID I mention that aerial photographer Mike Page has more than 45,000 images in his collection? After Buckenham and Cantley (see previous post), he’s just dropped this one into my inbox. It shows the burnt out ruin of St Wandregesilius at Bixley ta...
  • Picture Post: Buckenham and Cantley
    on Mar 21, 2013
    AERIAL photographer Mike Page continues to get some great shots. These latest photos show just how wet the Yare Valley is after a sodden start to 2013. From a WW perspective the first one also shows just how splendidly isolated the The Beauchamp Arms...
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