Various changes to First Norfolk & Suffolk services

Changes are forthcoming across the Norfolk & Suffolk network,
predominantly in Lowestoft
Articles on the First Norfolk & Suffolk website reveals changes to a number of services at the local operations. All of these are summed up below.

Norwich (Sunday 26th July only)
A temporary service X25 will operate between Norwich and Earlham Park to support the Pretty Muddy Run event. The service will run every 15 minutes throughout the day.

Great Yarmouth (All changes from Sunday 26th July)
Until Sunday 29th August, summer service 3 will be increased to a 30 minute frequency. The 1 and 1A will see a new temporary summer timetable introduced to improve punctuality; this will include the 21:00 1 from Great Yarmouth diverted to service Scratby also.

Lowestoft (All changes from Sunday 2nd August)
The 99A through South Lowestoft Industrial Estate is withdrawn, alongside numerous timetable changes to the 99. The 102 will depart Gordon Road at 15 and 45 minutes past the hour, rather than 25 and 55. The 103 is cancelled and replaced partly by the new 104. This service will operate hourly between Lowestoft and Lansdowne Road. There will no longer be a direct link between Carlton Colville and Pakefield. The 106 no longer operates at peak times. The 111 will operate as a circular service using Castleton Avenue outbound and Secrets Corner inbound. There are timetable changes also. The 122 evening service will see timetable amendments, including a 23:00 departure from Lowestoft on Saturdays only. The 123 evening service is to be withdrawn. The X2 will see a new Saturday evening journey to Norwich at 20:15, returning from Norwich at 21:45. There a some minor timetable amendments also.

Ipswich (All changes from Sunday 9th August)
The 53, 60, 61 and 61A will see timetable changes
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