Horsey Windpump in Norfolk is one of the youngest wind pumps on the Norfolk Broads built in 1912, surviving floods, a lightning strike, a collapse, storms and gale force winds. It still stands strong today.
Climb your way up to the top of the wind pump and be rewarded with amazing panoramic views of the beautiful Norfolk Countryside.
There are many things to do and explore, including different coastal and countryside walks, but being the closest Broadland village to the coast, its not a surprise that the most popular sights here at Horsey are the community of seals living on Horsey Beach.
This level grassy park with made up roads conveniently situated as a base from which to explore Norfolk. The Grange Touring Park is approximately one mile from the sea and its sister park, Long Beach...