With Suffolk on Board you can plan journeys using public transport from and to a town or village, named station or stop, or point of interest.
As many destinations along the Suffolk coast are rural there can be limited public transport services on many routes, but there are journey solutions through various local community transport services that will get you to where you want to go/your final destination. These tend to need to be booked in advance but you can find out more and plan your journey at Suffolk on Board. By Bus:
Local services run to Woodbridge, Stradbroke and Eye and on to Ipswich and Norwich. Timetables and further information can be found at www.suffolkonboard.com
By Rail: There is no rail service to Framlingham. The nearest main line station is Ipswich with connections to Norwich and London Liverpool Street. Wickham Market Train Station in the village of Campsea Ashe, which is on the Ipswich to Lowestoft line, is the closest station to Framlingham. It's approximately 20 minutes from Campsea Ash to Framlingham by car or taxi.
Greater Anglia operates frequent train services. All train tickets can be purchased via the Greater Anglia Website or the app.
Katch is an on-demand bus service connecting the East Suffolk Line at Wickham Market rail station with Framlingham, Wickham Market and Snape. The service runs Monday – Saturday and on Bank Holidays.
Katch serves fixed stops along the route including the popular destinations of Framlingham Castle and Snape Maltings. Fares are in line with a normal bus service. You can book on the phone or via their new app.
For more details on the service, zones, fares, how to book and the mobile apps see the Katch website www.katchalift.com