PLEASE NOTE THAT THE NORFOLK COAST PARTNERSHIP DOES NOT OPERATE ANY PUBLIC TRANSPORT SERVICES ITSELF AND THEREFORE WE DO NOT SHOW TIMETABLES OR PROVIDE CUSTOMER SERVICE FOR THE OPERATORS - SEE BELOW FOR CONTACT INFORMATION
From 30 APRIL 2018 the coastal bus service known as Coasthopper has changed following the withdrawal of operator Stagecoach. The service is now a joint operation between Lynx buses operating the service between King's Lynn and Wells under the Coastliner branding and Sanders Coaches operating between Wells and Cromer (*with links to Mundesley and North Walsham) under the Coasthopper branding.
Lynx Coastliner timetables available from http://www.lynxbus.co.uk/index.php/download_file/view/197/231/
Lynx contact details: Tel: 01553 611955; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Web: www.lynxbus.co.uk
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Sanders Coasthopper leaflet and for further details on how these connect with existing Sanders route timetables which have been changed see Sanders timetables.
Sanders contact details: Tel: 01263 712800; Email: email@example.com: Web: www.sanderscoaches.com
An award winning service
Relax, enjoy the countryside and do your bit for the environment
Have you ever driven along the scenic roads of Norfolk in the spring and summer and wondered what lies beyond that high hedge? Not able to appreciate the beautiful surroundings and concentrate on the driving at the same time? Ever asked yourself just where all those cars come from? Why don't you relax, really enjoy the countryside and do your bit for the environment. Take the award winning Coasthopper bus service . . .
You can also link to the Bittern Line rail service between Sheringham and Norwich. Look out for the special tickets including some incorporating bus and train services to get a real value for money experience.
Get the best out the Coasthopper and Coastliner by . . .
Avoiding peak times - try not to travel between 09:30-10:30 and 15:00-15:30 as this is when the bus is most busy by planning your journey accordingly.
and why not get off the bus at a new spot? There's walks, local producers, events and more to be found in the enjoying section and on the active map