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    News — National Parks

    Happy Anniversary - The Broads

    The Broads National Park

    On this day in 1989, The Broads was confirmed as a National Park so Happy Anniversary today to The Broads!

    The broads covers the towns of Stalham, Wroxham, Brundall, Acle, Loddon, Beccles and Oulton Broad and receives approximately 8 million visitors each year visiting 13 ancient monuments and 18 conservation areas.

    The Broads is actually the smallest National Park covering just 303 square kilometres and is also the lowest National Park with its highest point, Bath Hills, at just 30 metres above sea level.

    The definitive large wall map of The Broads can be purchased here >