Scole Pocket Park

About

Scole Pocket Park is a collection of small parks and trails in Scole, Norfolk covering approximately 10 acres of land and managed by our colleagues, the Scole Nature Trails Trust.

These areas were under-utilised and neglected but with lots of hard work they have been transformed into a wonderful nature trail through the village and along the banks of the River Waveney. Footpaths have been created for exploring, along with seating and picnic areas to allow visitors to relax and enjoy the sights.

Visit

By car:
From A140: Enter Scole on the Diss Road. Turn right onto Bridge Road and follow it straight down to the parking area.
From A143: Heading toward Beccles from the A143/A140 roundabout, take the first road on your left.

On foot:
Starting at the World War memorial in the village centre. Head along Norwich Road with the Scole Inn on your right and the Crossway Public House on your left.  Continue onto Bridge Road and you will find the entrance directly in front of you.

Map

Volunteering

Volunteering info

Contact

Chris Brooks
Website: scole.org.uk