|From:||Trowse Newton(S) (TG254060)|
|Distance:||11.8 miles (19 km)|
|Meets:||A146, B1527, A143|
|Route outline (key)|
The B1132 runs south of Norwich. The road was originally part of the A144 but was downgraded and acquired its present number in the 1960s. It starts at traffic lights on the A146 just east of that road's junction with the A47 Norwich bypass. It then heads south across the flat Norfolk countryside but soon becomes built-up as it reaches the village of Poringland.
As we continue on there are a few examples of road improvement, for example a cutting and then an oxbow before we reach Brooke. Kirstead Green has a longer bypass. On the edge of Woodton (which the road has never passed through) we meet the B1527 and then bear round to the left to start heading southeastwards.
The road passes through the southern edge of the village of Hedenham before skirting the grounds of Hedenham Hall. Not long afterwards it reaches Ditchingham, which village is bypassed to the west, and the road ends at a roundabout on the A143.