Public Transport – by road
Sanders Coaches provide local bus services throughout North Norfolk plus a range of excursions and coach tours throughout the country. To find out more, click the logo on the left to go their website.
Their Number 34 service run five times a day, Monday to Friday, and stops at Knapton Green and the Knapton Village Sign.
The buttons on the right will let you download their timetable, take you to their interactive online timetable, or take you to their on-line Fares guide, as well as notices of any service alerts.
Dial a Ride is a door to door minibus transport service which is safe, accessible and affordable. They operate a bookable weekday transport service from your home to a variety of destinations which is available to anyone who does not have access to their own vehicle or appropriate public transport.
Click the button to view the services available, which vary through the month, and download the timetable that’s right for you.
Public Transport – by rail
Greater Anglia is the rail operator that serves this region
Our nearest railway station is North Walsham which is served by the Bittern Line, providing services to Sheringham, Cromer and Norwich (including the intermediate stations) where you can connect to other services for London (Liverpool Street) and the rest of the UK.
North Walsham Station, 1 Norwich Rd, North Walsham, NR28 9JP
Wheelchair access and free parking available.
The North Norfolk Railway is more popularly known as The Poppy Line.
From the smart Victorian seaside resort of Sheringham to the Georgian town of Holt, the North Norfolk Railway runs through the county’s most stunning coastal scenery.
Operated almost entirely by Volunteers from all walks of life, the line is East Anglia’s premier heritage railway.
Steam trains operate daily from April to October.