The B1527 is a rural B-road in south Norfolk. It forms the original eastern end of the B1135 following the downgrading of that road east of Wymondham in the 2000s.
The route starts on the A140 to the south of Tasburgh and heads east across the fields. After a couple of miles we reach Hempnall, the only place of any size en route. In the village centre we bear right and soon return to open fields.
After a couple more miles of fairly straight road we reach the western end of the Woodton bypass and bear left (the B1135 originally continued straight ahead through the village). We head north along a road that was obviously once less important before a sharp right-hand bend takes us eastwards past the isolated Woodton church to end at a T-junction on the B1332.