This south-facing tree lined lane just outside of Upton reminds me of tree-lined roads of France.
In Norfolk where everywhere you look is really quite flat, almost anything that slopes at all is celebrated as a hill; this is no exception.
As for the name, you may think me morbid, but I just wonder if the "Hanging" stems from a particularly gruesome past; from the time when petty criminals who were caught, were not just hanged but were left hanging where they died as a warning to others. Why else would it be called it Hanging Hill?
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Hanging Hill, Upton (Looking South)