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Butterfly Mill

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

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Brickmakers

First Bus routes:

  • 36 - Horsford - Norwich (via Aylsham Road)

Sanders routes:

  • 43A - Aylsham - Hellesdon - Norwich
  • 45A - Norwich City Centre - Felthorpe - Corpusty - Holt
  • 56 - Sheringham - Holt - Aylsham - Norwich - Easton College
  • 602 - Horsford - Cawston - Reepham

Lilac Close

First Bus routes:

  • 904 - Horsford - Hellesdon High School

You can find up to date service announcements on Twitter for Sanders Twitter and FirstNorwich.

More information on buses in Norfolk.

Butterfly Mill is within easy walking distance of many local services.

In 15 minutes you can walk to:

  • Horsford CofE VA Primary School (Mill Lane Site)
  • Horsford Medical Centre and Pledger Pharmacy
  • Lilac Close Bus Stop
  • Brickmakers Bus Stop

In 30 minutes you can walk to:

  • Horsford Village Hall
  • Horsford CofE VA Primary School (Holt Road Site)
  • Co-op Food Store
  • Post office at Co-op Food Store
  • Horsford Dental Practice
  • Horsbeck Industrial Estate

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Butterfly Mill is within easy cycling distance of many local services.

In 15 minutes you can cycle to:

  • Horsford CofE VA Primary School (Mill Lane Site)
  • Horsford Medical Centre and Pledger Pharmacy
  • Brickmakers Bus Stop
  • Lilac Close Bus Stop
  • Horsford Village Hall
  • Horsford CofE VA Primary School (Holt Road Site)
  • Co-op Food Store
  • Post office at Co-op Food Store
  • Horsford Dental Practice
  • Horsbeck Industrial Estate

In 30 minutes you can cycle to:

  • Norwich Airport Industrial Estate
  • Hellesdon High School

In 45 minutes you can cycle to:

  • Norwich Railway Station

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

You can also find information on our cycling pages.

Your nearest station is Norwich.

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

Routes from Norwich station:

Greater Anglia routes:

  • Norwich - Wymondham - Attleborough - Ely - Cambridge
  • Norwich - Diss - Ipswich - Colchester - London
  • Norwich - Brundall - Lingwood - Acle -Great Yarmouth
  • Norwich - Brundall - Cantley - Reedham - Haddiscoe - Lowestoft
  • Norwich - Hoveton & Wroxham - North Walsham - Cromer - Sheringham

East Midlands Railway routes:

  • Norwich - Thetford - Ely - Peterborough - Nottingham - Manchester - Liverpool

Getting to the station:

Norwich station is approx. 8 miles from Butterfly Mill.

The station has 442 sheltered cycle storage spaces.

There are 62 car park spaces and 5 accessible car park spaces.

Wheelchair users can use car park equipment at this station unaided.

Your nearest Park & Ride is the Airport.

Route 501 - Airport P&R - Norwich International Airport - City Centre - Thickthorn P&R

Airport Park & Ride has 620 car spaces.

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

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 Butterfly Mill on behalf of David Wilson Homes 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.

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