Accessibility at Surlingham Church Marsh

Summary accessibility statement

How to get here

By train

If you wish to travel by train, it is best to stop at Norwich station and then take the bus, as below.

By bus

The service 001 from Norwich to Surlingham village runs from Monday to Saturday. Operated by Anglian Coaches, from All Saints Green, John Lewis layby.

By bike

The marsh is on the Yare Valley cycle route, Norwich to Reedham, and National Cycle Network interim route 1.

By road

From Surlingham village centre, head west via Walnut Hill for 0.6 mile (1 km), then turn right into Church Lane. A footpath leads directly down to the reserve from the church.

Sat nav POI file: If you have a satellite navigation system that can accept POI files, please see our POI page for a download link and instructions.

Other ways to get there

There is an alternative route on foot, via riverside public footpath (Wherryman's Way) from Surlingham Ferry or Bramerton. If visiting by boat, there are mooring facilities at Bramerton Common, near Woods End (1.5km) by footpath.

Access to facilities

Nature trails access
  • 1 mile (1.5 km) circular trail, which includes a stile.
  • Uneven and unsurfaced.
  • Can be muddy and slippery, and flooded in winter
Viewing points

Roof and bench seating at viewing shelter.

Dogs

Registered assistance and other dogs welcome, but on a lead or under control please.