Â As a very keen walker and member of the Ramblers association
Â I would like to know why the Queen does not make a permissive path alongside or on the coastal defences on her Sandringham estate that runs along the Norfolk coast.
Â At the moment it is impossible to walk (legally) the last bit of coast from Snettisham to Kings Lynn, without having to walk along the A149 , which may be one of the most scenic roads but it also has a very high accident rate too.
Â “Roads in Norfolk that fell under the ‘one star’ listing – with a high accident rate – were the A149 (King’s Lynn) and the A12 (Lowestoft-Great Yarmouth).”
It is hard to see how this would affect her privacy or that of her pheasants. Perhaps the RA should start a campaign to open up the last bit of Norfolk coast to Ramblers.