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Hidden East Anglia:

Landscape Legends of Eastern England

                                                                                                                           

Latest updates added June 12th 2021:

Bungay, Suffolk - secret tunnel
Felsted, Essex - secret tunnels
Great Leighs, Essex - priory treasure
Holme Hale, Norfolk - legendary battle
Knodishall, Suffolk - haunted church & pond
Outwell, Norfolk - moving statues
Woodbridge, Suffolk - Dead Man's Lane

 

 

Latest update added Dec 6th 2020:

'The Puddingstone Track: Deconstructed'

 

 

Latest updates added Oct 25th 2020:

Badwell Ash, Suffolk - haunted pond
Covehithe, Suffolk - haunted churchyard
Cromer, Norfolk - secret tunnel
Diss, Norfolk - secret tunnels
Hellington, Norfolk - battle legend
Thetford, Norfolk - secret tunnels
Walsoken, Norfolk - treasure
Waltham Abbey, Essex - secret tunnel
Added to Dead Men Tell No Tales: Arminghall, Bradenham, West Acre
Added to the Stone Index: Eriswell, Rockland St. Mary, Walpole
Shuckland:
Hethersett, Norfolk - added 2 encounters
Norfolk Cross Survey:
Aylsham - added new documented record of cross
Stiffkey - revised two entries into one, with new information
 
Checked all external links, & repaired/deleted damaged or dead ones.

 

Latest update added June 28th 2020:

'A Survey of Medieval (and earlier)

Freestanding Crosses in Norfolk'

 

Latest updates added Jan 29th 2020:

Cambridge, Cambs - secret tunnel
Geldeston, Norfolk - skeleton in the pond
Great Yarmouth, Norfolk - 'stone cairn' treasure
Kirby Bedon, Norfolk - added new legend to 'walking statues' tale
Maldon, Essex - secret tunnel
Thetford, Norfolk - cursed cross
Added to Other Notable Wells & Springs: North Pickenham
Added to the Stone Index: Hadleigh, Methwold, Reedham

 

 

Latest updates added July 22nd 2019:

Great Bealings, Suffolk - devil legend
Salthouse, Norfolk - secret tunnel
Stratford St. Mary, Suffolk - haunted crossroads
Watton, Norfolk - secret tunnel
Weybourne, Norfolk - cursed field, Dead Man's Hill
Added to the Stone Index: Stody
Removed glacial erratics at Sheringham from the Stone Index, as turned out to be same as the 'Cock-crow Stones' in the Gazetteer, but added extra info on legend.

Also removed glacial erratic at Mettingham, as now known to be simply small rocks used in facing at corner of church.

Moved Woodbridge secret tunnel to Great Bealings, where it should have been.
Shuckland:
Wickford, Essex - added legend
 
Checked all external links, & repaired/deleted dead ones.