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Bear in mind it will be Easter so will probably be busy. Getting to a mooring early should help, particularly with a 45’ boat. The walk to the Fur and Feathers is about 20-25 minutes along the road. You can also walk to the White Horse at Neatishead from Paddy’s Lane, the moorings at Barton Turf, that will take 25-30 minutes. Of course these timings do depend on how fast you walk!!
Womack Dyke is another mooring with a walk into Ludham and plenty of space for kids to let off steam. Womack staithe (or stathie as Steve insists on calling them  Playful ) is also good.

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If you can get through Potter Bridge, there's a kid & dog friendly pub at West Somerton, the Lion, about a 5 minute walk from the staithe.

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South.
Waters Edge Bramerton
The Ferry House Surlingham
New Inn Rockland
Coldham Hall
Beauchamp Arms (??? sometimes it is sometimes not??!!)
Reedham Ferry
Gentlemens Paradise (Loddon) a selection along with chippy, Chinese and indian and more.

Best food - Waters Edge, The Ferry House and Reedham Ferry.

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Mar-09-2018 @ 3:13 PM                           Permalink
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Thanks for all your replies.  I certainly have food for thought (pardon the pun).  I know we may need to moor up early because of the school holidays, and that's why I was asking about prebooked moorings.  It will be our son's, daughter-in-law's and grandchildren's first boating holiday so it would be nice to be able to cruise well into the afternoon and be certain of a mooring, especially as it's only a short break.  At the moment I'm more worried about the height and tide times at Ludham bridge because we will be on Commander from Richardson's which needs an air draught of 8' 6".  Hopefully we won't be spending the whole holiday around Barton Broad Frown  

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No need to worry about height at ludham bridge , Richardsons wouldn't of built them if they couldn't fit under the bridge at ludham , you'll be fine

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Mar-09-2018 @ 4:59 PM                           Permalink
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Thanks for the reassurance, Steve.  I wasn't worried until I spotted Paladine's  photos on the Ludham Bridge repairs thread.  The bridge height was showing just about 8'. Scared

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About right I'd say  , when we had our old boat we'd go through the bridge with the canopy up still have some room to spare , anyhow enjoy your break ,

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Hi, the Ship Inn at South Walsham was closed ( Sun 4th ), does anyone know if it will be reopening?

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More info on The Ship at South Walsham reopening. It appears Colchester Inns have taken it on, according to it's new website will be opening on the 15th March but no details regarding food. Hope this helps anyone mooring at Fleet Dyke it's a long hike to find no beer, wine or food as a reward!!!
Have provided a link but probably won't work, my first effort at this!!
http://www.shipsouthwalsham.co.uk/

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Seems to indicate that the Recruiting Sergeant in Coltishall is also part of the Colchester Inns family. If that’s so, it could be a good change.

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