The Wherry Lines Community Rail
Partnership has joined with community
groups and station volunteers along the
route to host this programme of events and
175 years Young: An exhibition of the
past, present and future of the
Norwich to Great Yarmouth railway.
Organised by the East Norfolk Transport
Users’ Association (www.entua.org.uk).
The show will tour towns and villages
along the route:
Great Yarmouth Library: 29
Gorleston Library: 20 May-1 June
Brundall Co-op & Post Office:
Reedham Community Centre: 18-23
Reedham Station Heritage Room: 24-30
Saturday 8 June, 10.00am-noon.
Hosted by the ‘Blue’ Co-Op, The Street,
Brundall. Find out more about the railway
and take part in a family competition with
Sunday 5 May at 11.15.
Starting from Buckenham Station
(connecting out of 10.58 from Norwich and
09.46 from Lowestoft). This will be led by
The 5-mile walk will follow paths and
tracks past the church and over the ridge
to Strumpshaw village. Then via quiet
roads, past Strumpshaw Hall to Strumpshaw
Fen RSPB reserve ending with a stroll
along the lane to Buckenham station.
For those preferring a slightly shorter
walk, it is possible to go from the centre
of Strumpshaw to Lingwood Station.
Party at Reedham Station.
The Heritage Room at Reedham Station
will be open to visitors from 24-30 June.
175 Years Young, by Trevor Garrod,
Chairman of the East Suffolk
Brundall Memorial Hall, Thursday 25th
Hosted by Brundall Local History Group
following its AGM. Free event. All