Travel Information

Suffolk Road, Southtown, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR31 0ED

Travel by bus

First bus services 1/1A

  • Martham via Caister to GYC
  • Lowestoft via Gorleston to GYC

First bus services 5/6/7

  • 5: Burgh Castle to GYC
  • 6: Bradwell to GYC
  • 7: Belton to GYC

Sanders bus services 6/837/834

  • 6: North Walsham via Stalham and Potter Heigham to GYC
  • 837: North Walsham via Coltishall and Wroxham to GYC
  • 834: Happisburgh via Sea Palling to GYC

First bus service X1

  • Norwich via Acle to GYC

Anglian bus service 68

  • Rackheath via South Walsham to GYC

Ambassador bus service 730

  • Cantley via Reedham to GYC

Anglian bus service 7A

  • Norwich via Blofield to GYC

Anglian 80/81A/60

  • 80/81A: Bungay via Beccles and Fritton to GYC
  • 60: Ditchingham via Beccles to GYC
    (change from 80/81 at Beccles)

Bus pass applications

All transport is dealt with by Norfolk or Suffolk County Council.

Bus travel passes are available for those learners ages 16-18 who live 3 miles or more from the College. A cost will apply but financial assistance may be available either from the Council or Learner Support Fund.

If you live in Norfolk please go to: www.norfolk.gov.uk/post16transport or ring 0344 800 8020.

If you live in Suffolk please go to: www.suffolkonboard.com or ring 0345 606 6173.

Travel by train

Norwich via Brundall, Lingwood and Acle

Arrive at Great Yarmouth Station 7.25 or 8.41.

To return depart Great Yarmouth Station at 16.17 or 17.17.

Norwich via Brundall, Cantley and Reedham

Arrive at Great Yarmouth Station 8.12am.

To return depart Great Yarmouth Station at 15.17 or 17.47.

Travel by car

More than 200 free parking spaces are on campus, including reserved areas for disabled drivers.

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