Clues To Go    -    Beccles to Wymondham

A drive through some of the narrower country lanes that lie on the border between Norfolk & Suffolk. The questions are not so hard but you will be either very lucky or very skilled if you manage not to get lost at some stage. Beccles is west of Lowestoft, just off the A146.

The villages of East Anglia are famous for their delightful, ornate village signs. Many of these 'sprang up' in the late 1960's, early '70's and are a credit to the village occupants. They feature in some of the questions on this route.

En route to Wymondham, you get a break from driving by stopping to answer some questions in the market town of Bungay. Here, local legend has it that a black dog terrified the inhabitants one stormy night in 1577. It was believed to be an incarnation of the devil, at the time. The Black Dog of Bungay then became a part of the town's coat of arms.


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