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Britons 'can still go walking in Broads'

Posted 23 May 2011
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Britons 'can still go walking in Broads'
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Outdoor enthusiasts have been assured they can still go walking in the Norfolk Broads, despite the start of a new construction project.

The Broads Authority has confirmed work is to get underway today (May 23rd) on a new bridge that will provide a vital link on a riverside walking path.

Located outside the authority's offices in Dragonfly House, the work will mean part of the route will have to be closed until the bridge is completed in November.

But bosses are warning people not to be put off the idea of going walking or cycling on the route, which heads from Dragonfly House towards Jarrolds.

A diversion is in place to ensure people can still enjoy the very best of the waterways, while access to Whitefriars will still be available.

The Norfolk Broads attracts approximately 5.8 million visitors every year and boasts 18 conservation areas.ADNFCR-2803-ID-800553045-ADNFCR