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By Rail: 

From London
- Clacton Line Service. Trains are hourly from Liverpool Street (ONE) - Extra trains during commuting hours.

From Colchester
- Walton Line Service Trains are hourly from Colchester North (via Colchester Town Station).

Click here for train times


By Bus -

From Colchester Bus Station
- Eastern National Services:
            74 to Clacton
            74B to Clacton
            61 to Wivenhoe Railway Station (not evenings or Sundays)
            78A to Wivenhoe Railway Station (evenings only)
            78 to Brightlingsea
- Cedric's Garages:
            78X to Brightlingsea (Mon-Sat daytime only)

 Click here for a bus time-table 


By Road -

From London
Follow the A12 as far as Colchester. Leave the A12 at the Colchester slip road and follow the A133 Clacton Road until Essex University can be seen on the right hand side of the dual carriageway. At the top of Clingoe Hill take the B1027 St Osyth Road and then continue on at the traffic lights onto the B1028 into Wivenhoe.

From Ipswich
Follow the A12 as far as Colchester. Leave the A12 at the Colchester slip road and follow the road into the outskirts of Colchester. Turn left at the double roundabout and then follow the A133 Clacton Road until Essex University can be seen on the right hand side of the dual carriageway. At the top of Clingoe Hill take the B1027 St Osyth Road and then continue on at the traffic lights onto the B1028 into Wivenhoe.

Cycle Route - The Wivenhoe Trail connects the town with the Hythe in Colchester.  Click here.

 

Last updated:
05 January 2015

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