Cley Marshes

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Cley Marshes: Cley is renowned as a birdwatching site, both for the resident breeding birds (Bittern, Marsh Harrier, Bearded Tit) and the rarities which have been seen here.

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Cley Beach

A remote shingle beach good for Coastal walks and fishing

Barbeque

For a party of 12 people or fewer then you may hold your barbeque at any time but only within the designated area. Where 13 or more people wish to get together for a barbeque party they are required to gain permission from the Council after giving seven days prior notice. The Council will ensure the Police, Coastguards and relevant Town/Parish Council are notified of your event.

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Cley Marshes is on the north Norfolk coast, on the A149 coast road, 6km north of Holt.

Admission

Opening times:

Never closes

Prices:

Free

Dogs:

No reported restrictions

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Phone: +44 1603 625540
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