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[ Website ] Konect (formerly Anglia) information and bus routes mainly serving Norfolk. But see separate entry for First bus services which provide local buses to Bungay in north Suffolk. From Bungay Konect offer a service on to Norwich. Check website for other routes and stops.
[ Website ] Operator of train services on the London Liverpool Street - Lowestoft railway (East Suffolk line). Local stations are at Darsham (by A12) and at Halesworth. Check website for offers too.
[ Website ] The main National Cycle Network Route 1 routes through Suffolk. Integrated with other routes in the Network, Route 1 forms part of the cycle route from Fakenham (Norfolk) to Harwich on the Suffolk coast - although the whole impressive UK route connects Dover to the Shetland Isles, north of Scotland (1736 miles). A fabulous journey. Route 1 passes through Halesworth where the direction signs are evident. Click the website link to access informative pages on the Sustrans website.
[ Website ] From this SCC webpage you can select bus route timetables which include the Blyth Valley area of North Suffolk.
[ Website ] Website for East Suffolk Travellers' Association.
[ Website ] A guide to planning your route by car, based on average off-peak driving conditions, with distance calculation and journey time info, plus traffic news etc.
[ Website ] Information and various cycling topics from Suffolk County Council.
[ Website ] Halesworth train station information provided by National Rail Enquiries.
[ Website ] Darsham train station information provided by National Rail Enquiries.
[ Website ] Travel Line can help you find the way that best suits you for making your journey using the most up to date information from around the UK for all transport companies.
[ Website ] Information and timetables for local bus services which also connect to towns to the north. With stops at Halesworth, Blythburgh, Wangford, Wenhaston and Southwold. Check website for other routes and stops.
[ Website ] Operating from Halesworth and Bramfield south to Aldeburgh, plus Southwold and Wangford to Beccles and Norwich. Check website for other routes and stops.

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Some Favourite Websites For January 2021:

Alan Ross RemovalsAlan Ross Removals

A long-established Suffolk-based company with a wealth of experience and offering competitive pricing for removals, haulage and storage. Residential and commercial relocation services offered.

Stoneware BirdsLife-sized handmade and unique British birds, now available to buy online.

A charming unique gift or a treat for oneself. See the website to know how each one is made. Now available to buy online. Each bird is an individual creation, varying in choice from the perky wren to the plump bullfinch together with other well-loved British birds. Which will you choose?

Janet TalksJanet Gershlick is a writer and broadcaster with many years experience

Southwold 'A place to love' has almost 200 pages packed with the stories and histories behind the inscriptions on its colourful beach huts, its many benches and on those small brass plaques on Southwold pier. The stories will both delight and inform.

Andy Seedhouse BoatsAndy Seedhouse Boats, Woodbridge - Boat Sales

A friendly and professional family-run business with an old-fashioned approach to customer service, located on the picturesque waterfront at Woodbridge on the River Deben. From dinghies and day boats to fishing boats and yachts, and even including liveaboard boats too, Andy brings his many years of experience in helping his customers buy and sell. Also chandlery, trailers, etc.

Logs Logs LogsFamily Firm delivering kiln dried logs to Norfolk and Suffolk, including Norwich, Diss and Woodbridge

Logs available in tipper loads and bulk bags for wood burning stoves, open fires and pizza ovens. In addition supplying firewood in bulk bags to Essex, Cambridgeshire, London and beyond.