Yes, I suspect that's what it's called.
Its close to the village and is part of the Norfolk Estate-belongs to the Royals, I think.
It is a gem and you can clock up a fair few birds there for your year list. Egyptian Geese, Bullfinches, Tree Sparrows etc.
Then you can move on to Titchwell, Holkham,Cley etc. and get Twite, Shore Lark, Snow Bunting, Red Footed Geese and more. Sammy, the Stilt, is unfortunately gone.
Enjoy it when you get there.
The only thing I know is that a man gets the dog that he deserves in life.