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Norfolk’s first free Roarr! DinoBus is revealed

Children and parents gathered in Norwich last week to witness the unveiling of the brand new Roarr! DinoBus, thanks to the support of Broadland District Council’s business support team and First Eastern Counties Buses.

The free shuttle bus will run two return journeys, seven days a week from Monday 29 July – Sunday 1 September from Norwich city centre to Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure in Lenwade.

The bus will be available throughout the school holidays and will be free to visitors of the park, delivering passengers directly to the entrance of the attraction.

Following research being conducted after the main season in 2018, the park identified a need to improve the arrival of its customers and create a safe and affordable option for visitors without cars.

Adam Goymour, park manager at Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure said: “We are really excited to have partnered with Broadland’s business team on the Dinobus project, as the new bus service will enable local families to travel to and from the park at no expense.

“We all know how important family time is and the bus will give everyone a chance to experience a fun day out without the need for a car.”

Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure is trialling this service in order to offer visitors a safer route into the park and provide an additional experience that young families can enjoy during their day out. If the service is a success, then steps will be taken to make it an ongoing offering.

To discover more about the Roarr! DinoBus, visitors can download the timetable HERE.


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