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SATNAV WARNING. Very often the SatNavs will try and take a shortcut down a small road that has two fords on it. Do not attempt to go through. They WILL drown your car. Go to Castle Acre or West Acre to cross the river.


If you are using a Satnav then PE32 1UG should take you to the Warren Farm crossroads, where there is a sign saying WARREN. Enter farmyard, follow tarmac road to where you are about to pass between brick pillars, turn left clearly signed STABLES, then immediately right past the end of the very large barn. PLEASE DO NOT CALL AT THE BIG FARMHOUSE. I am only twenty paces away and they are fed up with callers!


For Map Readers


ON NO ACCOUNT ATTEMPT TO GO THROUGH A FORD.


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FROM SWAFFHAM  We are 5 miles North of Swaffham. Take A1065 North towards Fakenham and Cromer. 3 miles after leaving Swaffham take left turn to Castle Acre. Go through Castle Acre and head out on Great Massingham Road. 200 yards after leaving Castle Acre, fork left to West Acre. 2 miles later, at the first crossroads turn left then right into Warren Farm yard & follow tarmac road to where you are about to pass between brick pillars, turn left clearly signed STABLES, then immediately right past the end of the very large barn. PLEASE DO NOT CALL AT THE BIG FARMHOUSE. I am only twenty paces away and they are fed up with callers!


FROM KING'S LYNN   take A47 towards Norwich. After about 12 miles you will see signs to Narborough on your right. Keep going another mile and you will come to a staggered crossroads. Turn left, signed to West Acre. At second cross roads turn left, cross the river and keep going until you have to give way at a T junction. Turn right to Castle Acre. A further mile, once clear of West Acre, you reach the Warren Farm crossroads. Turn into the farmyard & follow tarmac road to where you are about to pass between brick pillars, turn left clearly signed STABLES, then immediately right past the end of the very large barn. PLEASE DO NOT CALL AT THE BIG FARMHOUSE. I am only twenty paces away and they are fed up with callers!

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Christopher Boone,
6 Feb 2013, 04:05