- Hoveton Little Broad
Hoveton Little Broad, also known as Blackhorse Broad, is on the
River Burenear Horning, Norfolk, within The Broads National Park.
Martham Broadand Horsey Mere, this broad is closed for navigation in the winter months, to enable the waterbirds to breed. There are no staithes on the broad for public mooring.
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