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  • wherryman — n. (pl. men) a man employed on a wherry …   Useful english dictionary

  • Wherryman's Way — is a long distance footpath in Norfolk, England, 35 miles in length between Norwich and Great Yarmouth. It follows the course of the River Yare where possible. Overnight accommodation is available in several of the villages along the way.… …   Wikipedia

  • River Yare — The River Yare is a river in the English county of Norfolk. In its lower reaches the river connects with the navigable waterways of The Broads.The river rises south of Dereham in the county of Norfolk. From there it flows in a generally eastward… …   Wikipedia

  • Harry Clasper — (5 July 1812 – 13 July 1870) was a famous Tyneside professional rower and boat builder. He was an innovative boat designer who pioneered the development of the racing shell and the use of outriggers. He is said to have invented spoon shaped oars …   Wikipedia

  • Whitlingham — is a small churchless parish, 3 miles (5 km) east of Norwich, on the south bank of the River Yare, reached from Trowse along Whitlingham Lane.ChurchThe Church (St. Andrew) was dilapidated about 1630, and now forms a picturesque ruin, near the… …   Wikipedia

  • Wherry — A wherry (meaning boat ) is type of boat that was traditionally used for carrying cargo or passengers on rivers and canals in England, and is particularly associated with the River Thames. Passenger wherries evolved into the Thames skiff, a… …   Wikipedia

  • Long-distance footpaths in the United Kingdom — The following long distance footpaths can be found in the United Kingdom:England and Wales: National TrailsNational Trails are distinguished by being maintained by the National Trails organization [http://www.nationaltrail.co.uk/] . As of|April… …   Wikipedia

  • Tyneside — is a conurbation in northern England, which is home to over 80% of the metropolitan county of Tyne and Wear. It includes Newcastle upon Tyne, the Metropolitan Borough of Gateshead, Hebburn, Jarrow, North Shields, and South Shields mdash; all… …   Wikipedia

  • Recreational walks in Norfolk — The following are lists of recreational walks in Norfolk, England.hort walksThere are many short circular walks in Norfolk. Countryside Norfolk has page listing them [http://www.countrysideaccess.norfolk.gov.uk/circular walks.asp here]… …   Wikipedia

  • Bramerton — is a village in South Norfolk 4¾ miles (7½ km) south east of Norwich, just north of the A146 and south of the River Yare.In the 2001 census it contained 158 households and a population of 350. [ [http://www.south… …   Wikipedia