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When you are in need of a Cab in the North Walsham area, look no further than the experts at posh Crystal Cabs in North Walsham area We do Local runs taxi service to help you get you to your destination. Whether you want a lift to the shops, or a lift home at 3 in the morning, we can help you out.Mundesley taxi
will transfer you from any UK destination to any UK destination in England, Scotland and Wales, covering all UK destinations & airports in the British Isles; we also provide local and short journeys here in North Norfolk.
All our drivers have excellent knowledge of North Norfolk and surrounding areas, also all drivers have gone through vigorous police checks and have CRB certificates to obtain their hackney carriage badges from N.N.D.C .Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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The coastal village of Mundesley became popular with the Victorians, when visitors were brought to the area with the opening of a railway in 1889. Visitors were able to sample the finest air in the country! The railway has long gone, but the fresh sea breezes off the North Sea still attract visitors.
The village is a great starting point for country walks with plenty of footpaths and circular routes. Close by is Southrepps Common, an important area for wildlife with woodland and wild flowers.
Mundesley’s Blue Flag wide sandy beach, with colourful beach huts and shallow rock pools, are an ideal playground for children of all ages, and there is also great year-round sea fishing.
A fine nine-hole golf course built in 1901, sits on the hillside of the River Mun valley and offers unrivalled views over the coast and countryside, which is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The charming village has pretty cottages, shops, pubs and places to eat and stay with pretty thatched buildings and stone walls. Mundesley is also home to the Maritime Museum, believed to be one of the smallest museums in England! Opposite the museum is a World War II memorial to the men who were killed while clearing landmines from the cliffs and beaches.
Mundesley is perfect for those seeking a traditional seaside holiday, scenic walks and family friendly activities.
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