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Ceres Rise

This page contains AtoBetter travel information for Ceres Rise. Find local facilities, walking and cycling routes, public transport services and more.

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Ceres Rise

Buses

Your closest bus stop is:

Pedlars Meadow

First Excel Routes

  • A: Peterborough - Thorney - Wisbech - Terrington - King's Lynn - Swaffham - Dereham - Hockering - Norwich
  • B: Peterborough - Thorney - Wisbech - Terrington - King's Lynn - Swaffham - Dereham - Hockering - Norwich

King's Arms

First Excel Routes

  • C: Peterborough - Thorney - Wisbech - Terrington - King's Lynn - Swaffham - Easton - Norwich

Konectbus

  • 11: Swaffham - Watton - Dereham
  • 20: Swaffham - Litcham - Dereham Schools
  • 20A: Swaffham - Great Massingham

Vectare

  • F3: Swaffham - Barton Bendish

West Norfolk Community Transport

  • 10: Swaffham, Tescos, Brocks Road - Swaffham, Market Place
  • 32: Mileham - Kings Lynn
  • 52: Swaffham, Market Place - Easton College
  • 60: Three Holes, Swaffham - Wisbech

You can find up to date service announcements on First Norwich Twitter, Konectbus Twitter and Vectare Twitter. You can also find service announcements on First Eastern Counties Facebook, Konectbus FacebookVectare Facebook and Konectbus Instagram and Vectare Instagram.

Go to the Konect bus website for tickets

Go to the First Bus website for tickets and apps

Go to the Vectare website for tickets

Go to the West Norfolk Community Transport Go to town for timetables

More information on buses in Norfolk

 

Walking

Ceres Rise is within easy walking distance of many local services.

In 15 minutes you can walk to:

  • Swaffham, Sacred Heart Catholic Primary
  • Asda
  • Iceland foods
  • McColl's
  • Swaffham Post Office
  • Royal Mail, Swaffham Delivery Office
  • Campingland Surgery
  • Boots Pharmacy
  • John Holmes Dental Surgery
  • Swaffham Community Hospital
  • Well Swaffham - Market Place
  • Manor Farm Medical Centre
  • Breckland Oesteopath
  • Dipple & Conway Opticians
  • D A Seaman Optometrists Ltd
  • Swaffham Community Centre
  • Swaffham Library

In 30 minutes you can walk to:

  • The Nicholas Hamond Academy
  • Heartwood Church of England VC Primary and Nursery School
  • Swaffham Church of England Primary Academy
  • Focus School Swaffham Campus
  • Swaffham Town Centre
  • Tesco
  • Waitrose & Partners Swaffham
  • EcoTech Business Park
  • Castle Acre Industrial Estate
  • Southlands Dental Practice
  • The Plowright Medical Centre
  • Swaffham Veterinary Centre
  • Merle Boddy Day Centre
  • Universal Pharmacy Ltd
  • Swaffham Leisure Centre

In 45 minutes you can walk to:

  • No local services within timeframe

 

Cycling

Ceres Rise is within easy cycling distance of many local services.

In 15 minutes you can cycle to:

  • The Nicholas Hamond Academy
  • Swaffham Church of England Primary Academy
  • Heartwood Church of England VC Primary and Nursery School
  • Swaffham, Sacred Heart Catholic Primary
  • Sporle Church Of England Primary Academy
  • OneSchool Global UK Campus
  • Swaffham Town Centre
  • Tesco
  • Asda
  • Waitrose & Partners Swaffham
  • Iceland Foods
  • Threeway Stores
  • McColl's
  • Swaffham Post Office
  • Royal Mail, Swaffham Delivery Office
    Castle Acre Industrial Estate
  • EcoTech Business Park
  • Campingland Surgery
  • The Plowright Medical Centre
  • Boots Pharmacy
  • Southlands Dental Practice
  • John Holmes Dental Surgery
  • Swaffham Community Hospital
  • Well Swaffham - Market Place
  • Manor Farm Medical Centre
  • Swaffham Veterinary Centre
  • Breckland Oesteopath
  • Merle Boddy Day Centre
  • Universal Pharmacy Ltd
  • Dipple & Conway Opticians
  • D A Seaman Optometrists Ltd
  • Swaffham Leisure Centre
  • Swaffham Community Centre
  • Sporle Community Centre
  • Swaffham Library

If you don't feel confident on a bike you can apply for one of our cycle course vouchers.

Your closest cycle shops are:

  • Bike Electric, 93 Market Place, Swaffham PE37 7AQ
  • Pauls Cycles, Unit A, 13 Yaxham Road, Dereham, NR19 1HB
  • Tri Harder, Astra Court, 7 Greens Road, Dereham NR20 3TR
  • Cranks Bicycles, Exchange Street, Attleborough, Norfolk, NR17 2AB

Mobile Mechanics who operate in this development are:

  • Kings Lynn bike repairs 
  • Cycli Gert Cycle Repair

You can also find information on our cycling pages.

 

Trains

Your nearest station is Brandon.

Visit the National Rail website to buy your tickets and find real time train departures from Brandon.

Routes from Brandon station:

Greater Anglia routes:

  • Norwich
  • King's Lynn
  • Downham Market
  • Thetford
  • London Liverpool Street

Getting to the station:

Brandon station is approx. 14.8 miles from Ceres Rise

The station has 10 sheltered cycle storage spaces.

There are 30 car park spaces including one accessible space

Step free access to both platforms via Mundford Road.

There is a stepped footbridge between the platforms.

 

Park & Ride

Your nearest Park & Ride is Costessey Park & Ride.

Route 510: Costessey Park & Ride - Norwich Research Park - N&N University Hospital

Route 511: Costessey Park & Ride - UEA University Drive

Visit the Park & Ride website for timetables, routes and fares information.

 

Liftsharing

Liftshare is a free service available to anyone who lives, works and travels in and around Norfolk. You could save money on your travel costs, reduce your stress and do your bit to cut congestion and pollution.

Visit the Liftshare website to find out how to join the car sharing community.

 

Contact your travel plan coordinator

Get in touch with any questions and comments by emailing AtoBetter@norfolk.gov.uk or call us on 01603 223379. You can also join our mailing list to stay up to date with all things AtoBetter.

About AtoBetter

We're delivering the Travel Plan at Ceres Rise on behalf of Barratt David Wilson through the AtoBetter travel plan project.

AtoBetter is working with delivery partners and the community to implement a range of measures to encourage residents to consider a wider range of choices for more of their journeys, such as walking, cycling, public transport, and car sharing.