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Holt Owl Trail

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The Holt Owl Trail is designed to take you on a tour of the historic Georgian town of Holt in North Norfolk.

The Trail derives its name from an ancient legend when some local men caught an owl and put it in the Town Pound for “safe-keeping”, whereupon the owl flew away. Come and visit us soon!

For more details please visit their website.

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