First bus services 1/1A
Martham via Caister to ECC
Lowestoft via Gorleston to ECC
First bus services 5/6/7
5: Burgh Castle to ECC
6: Bradwell to ECC
7: Belton to ECC
Sanders bus services 6/837/834
6: North Walsham via Stalham and Potter Heigham to ECC
837: North Walsham via Coltishall and Wroxham to ECC
834: Happisburgh via Sea Palling to ECC
First bus service X1
Norwich via Acle to ECC
Anglian bus service 68
Rackheath via South Walsham to ECC
Ambassador bus service 730
Cantley via Reedham to ECC
Anglian bus service 7A
Norwich via Blofield to ECC
80/81A: Bungay via Beccles and Fritton to ECC
60: Ditchingham via Beccles to ECC
(change from 80/81 at Beccles)
The following services run to/from Lowestoft and drop off within easy walking distance of the college:
Great Yarmouth > Gorleston > James Paget Hospital > Hopton > Corton > Lowestoft Bus Station
Norwich > Beccles > Lowestoft Bus Station – Stops directly outside the college.
Kessingland > Pakefield > Lowestoft Bus Station
101 Gunton > Lowestoft Town Centre > Gordon Road > Hollow Grove
102 Lowestoft Town Centre, Gordon Road > Oulton Village > Rock Estate
103 Carlton Colville > Lowestoft Bus Station
105 Lowestoft Town Centre, Gordon Road > St Peter’s Street > Oulton Rock Estate – Stops directly outside the college.
Anglian Bus services
61 Southwold > Lowestoft > Great Yarmouth – Stops directly outside the college.
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.
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.
Lowestoft train station is a short ten-minute walk away from our campus, with connections to Norwich, Ipswich and London.
Trains from Lowestoft Station stop at Brampton, Beccles, Cantley, Darsham, Ipswich, Haddiscoe, Halesworth, Melton, Norwich, Oulton Broad, Reedham, Saxmundham, Somerleyton and Woodbridge.
More than 200 free parking spaces are on campus, including reserved areas for disabled drivers.
The car park at the front of the college is for staff and visitors only.
Spaces are reserved in the Horizon centre car park for visitor drop off and disabled drivers. A secure cycle shed is available.
Parking permits must be applied for during induction and will be issued to those who live beyond a two-mile radius of the college. If you live within two miles and you have a special reason for bringing your car please contact Reception.
The permit must be displayed on your windscreen; you risk losing your permit if it is not displayed.
Vehicles left in the car parks are done so at the owner’s risk.