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Walk of Joy East Anglia 2023 will be a 250-mile, 27-day walk around East Anglia, UK to fundraise in aid of local charity Musical Keys.

We have completed 3 previous charity walks around Norfolk, and have raised a total of £6,603 in aid of Musical Keys. We are hoping to make this year our biggest fundraiser so far. 

Musical Keys offer a comprehensive programme of music, movement and arts-based activities to local people with disabilities and other additional needs.


We will walk with a trolley, our two feet, and empty pockets. We have no sponsorship and just a faith in the general goodness of the people of East Anglia to help us along on our journey. 

For more information on Musical Keys please visit their website:


  • May 20th - Tree of Joy event Great Yarmouth

  • May 21st - Gt Yarmouth to Lowestoft

  • May 22nd - Lowestoft to Beccles 

  • May 23rd - Beccles to Homersfield

  • May 24th - Homersfield to Diss

  • May 25th - Rest day at Diss

  • May 26th - Diss to Knettishall Heath 

  • May 27th - Knettishall Heath to Watton 

  • May 28th - Watton to Castle Acre

  • May 29th - Rest day at Castle Acre

  • May 30th - Rest day at Castle Acre

  • May 31st - Castle Acre to Heacham

  • June 1st - Heacham to Burnham Deepdale

  • June 2nd - Rest day at Burnham Deepdale

  • June 3rd - Burnham Deepdale to Wells-next-the-sea

  • June 4th - Rest day at Wells-next-the-sea

  • June 5th - Wells-next-the-sea to Blakeney

  • June 6th - Rest day at Blakeney

  • June 7th - Blakeney to Cromer

  • June 8th - Cromer to Knapton

  • June 9th - Knapton to Happisburgh

  • June 10th - Happisburgh to Caister

  • June 11th - Rest day at Caister

  • June 12th - Caister-on-Sea to Ashby St Mary

  • June 13th - Ashby St Mary to Thorpe St Andrew

  • June 14th - 16th - Events In Norwich

  • June 17th - Grand finale in Norwich

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