Rampton goes to the Seaside
Wander around the lovely harbour with its fishing boats and the famous Albatross cargo ship (lovely Dutch pancakes ..mmm), perhaps ride on the Wells Harbour railway to the beach (or walk along the raised footpath which affords great views over the salt marshes and beyond). Wells' huge sandy beach, with its sand dunes and colourful beach huts (and beach cafe) backs on to beautiful pine woods and is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. From the harbour narrow lanes with chic shops, charity shops, eateries and art galleries lead toward the Buttlands, a large town green surrounded by majestic lime trees and elegant Georgian houses. Another narrow-gauge railway, the Wells and Walsingham Light Railway, uses part of the old Norwich line track bed on its way to the picturesque shrine village of Walsingham. Whin Hill Cider is well worth a visit or a boat trip with Wells Harbour Tours or maybe try your hand at crab fishing from the harbour and, of course, there will be fish and chips!
The bus will depart from Rampton Green at 09:00 promptly and will leave Wells at 17.00.
This is not a commercial venture and ticket prices are aimed to cover hire costs only. Should there be a surplus then it will be donated to Alzheimer's Research UK.
Doors Open at 8:50AM
From 9:00AM to 7:30PM
Rampton goes to the Seaside, Cambridgeshire, CB24 8QB