If you have an interest in local transport matters and would like to become a member of ENTUA please  write to:-

18 Wensum Way,
Great Yarmouth,
Norfolk. NR31 9NY

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Norfolk County Council have announced that a new fare cap will be introduced on the 31st of March 2024, meaning that all single journeys made within our Great Yarmouth Town Zone will be capped at just £1.50. The zone includes Caister, Great Yarmouth, Gorleston, Bradwell, Belton, and Burgh Castle. This applies to journeys taken on First, Sanders and Border Bus.


Here is list of the events at the above museum, at Carlton Colville for 2024.

Blackpool Tram Weekend: 29th March to 1st April 110- to 1700.

Easter Event: 30th March to 31st March 1100 t0 1700,

1960's Weekend; 11th to 12th May 1100t0 1700.

British Bus Fleets, East Anglia; 13th July to 14th July 1100 to 1700.

999 Event 2024:11th August 1100 to 1630.

Trolleybus Weekend; Saturday 28th September,1200 to 2100 and Sunday 29th September 1100 to 1700.

Halloween Event: 26th October 1500 to 2000.

Ride the lights; December 2024.

For more details call 01502 518459 or fill in the Contact us by email form on their website


The Office for Road & Rail issued figures before Christmas for estimated annual numbers of passengers using each of the Norwich - Great Yarmouth line stations. We must bear in mind that on certain days in 2023 there were no trains either because of engineering work or because of strikes. Nevertheless, usage at all stations was higher than in 2022, but in most cases less than in 2018.

Here are the figures: Norwich  3,963,948 Brundall Gardens 14,558 Brundall 92,068 Lingwood 44,230 Acle 40,672 Great Yarmouth 393,322 Buckenham 354 Cantley 15,740 Reedham 37,042 and Berney Arms 950.

(From Trevor Garrod)


On 4th September 2023 Postwick Park and Ride reopened  and we have been encouraging people to use  One reason given was lack of publicity, though it had been highlighted in the local press and also a leaflet was produced to promote usage .It was announced in early December that the site would remain open until Easter 2024.As from 8th January 2024 the service will now operate via Thorpe Road, Rail Station, Castle Meadow then Norwich Bus Station, Mondays to Saturdays between approx 0700 to 1800.


It was announced on 31st October that the decision to the proposed closure most station ticket offices in around 3 years time has been dropped. As one of the 750,00 objectors to this plan, ENTUA welcomes the Government's rethink. Great Yarmouth station will therefore remain to sell tickets to anywhere on the rail network, but to help customers in other ways of

  RAIL FOR GREAT YARMOUTH - The next 10 years 

During October ENTUA has been working on a document outlying our aspirations for rail services from Great Yarmouth to be considerably improved. An official launch of the document was held on 21st November in Great Yarmouth and it was well received. If you would like a copy please write, enclosing a large stamped addressed envelope to - Steve Hewitt ENTUA, Flat 3,83A North Quay, Great Yarmouth, NE30 1JF


The only way ENTUA can carry on fighting for improved bus and rail services locally is with your support. For a minimum donation of £5 per year, we send you a quarterly newsletter, that is full of news and information regarding public transport matters. We are also a forum for your views and opinions, give us your realistic ideas and we will pass them onto the operator concerned. Full details on how to join are available on the Home page of this website.