First open top bus service in Great Yarmouth for decades starts tomorrow

Radio Norfolk who have organised a bus tour around Great Yarmouth to highlight the town and all the

Radio Norfolk who have organised a bus tour around Great Yarmouth to highlight the town and all the things great about it. BBC Radio Norfolk's Big Day Out in Great Yarmouth.Marine Parade on a busy August day.Picture: James Bass - Credit: Eastern Daily Press © 2014

The first open top bus route in Great Yarmouth for nearly 20 years will start service tomorrow on the sea front.

The number 3 bus will be known as the 'Seasider' and will be run by First Bus.

It will be painted in blue and cream and run hourly during the day.

The service will run from the Vauxhall Holiday park, the Great Yarmouth train station, the Market Gates bus station, the Sealife Centre, the Britannia Pier and the Seashore Holiday Centre before going back on itself.

The first service departs from the Seashore Holiday Centre at 9.45am tomorrow, heading towards the Britannia Pier.

There will be eight services a day on the hour from 10.06am, departing from the Vauxhall holiday park and then an early service at 9.45am at the Seashore Holiday Centre.

For the full timetable, click here.

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