This publication has been co-funded by ‘SUSCOD’; an Interreg IVB
North Sea Region Programme project (funded by the European
Regional Development Fund) and Essex County Council, with the
support of Tendring District Council & Harwich Town Council.
You can find out more at www.suscod.eu
Getting around By Train: Hourly train services provide a fast convenient service between Harwich International Port, Dovercourt Town Centre and Harwich Town Stations on ‘The Mayflower Line’ as well as further afield, including Mistley & Manningtree. www.greateranglia.co.uk   By Bus: Service 2 runs from outside the Ferry Terminal Building into the Town Centre every hour, at 25 mins past the hour. Details & timetables can be found in the Ferry Terminal at the Port, the Guildhall in Harwich and at the Ha’Penny Pier Visitor Centre on Harwich Quay. www.firstgroup.com By Car: There is free car parking in many of the streets in Dovercourt & Harwich and five public car parks (see map overleaf). Other information and useful Websites Harwich Harbour Foot & Cycle Ferry +44(0)7919 911440 The only public ferry linking Essex with Suffolk, visiting Shotley (10 mins) & Felixstowe (15 mins) Seasonal service. www.harwichharbourferry.com Ha’Penny Pier Visitor Centre +44(0)1255 553610 The Quay, Harwich (Seasonal Opening May - Sept) Harwich Town Council +44(0)1255 507211 The Guildhall, Church Street, Harwich (Open 9.30am – 1.00pm Mon-Fri) E mail: info@harwichtowncouncil.co.uk www.harwichtowncouncil.co.uk Harwich International Port +44(0)1255 242000 www.harwich.co.uk www.harwich-essex.co.uk www.harwichanddovercourt.co.uk www.essex-sunshine-coast.org.uk www.visitessex.com ‘The Essex Way’ - Walking Routes in Essex www.essexwalks.com National Cycle Network (Route 51 from Harwich) www.sustrans.org.uk Harwich Maritime Trail www.harwich-society.co.uk Stenaline (Harwich – Hook of Holland) www.stenaline.co.uk Copies of this leaflet can be downloaded from www.harwichtowncouncil.co.uk
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This publication has been co-funded by ‘SUSCOD’; an Interreg IVB
North Sea Region Programme project (funded by the European
Regional Development Fund) and Essex County Council, with the
support of Tendring District Council & Harwich Town Council.
You can find out more at www.suscod.eu
Getting around By Train: Hourly train services provide a fast convenient service between Harwich International Port, Dovercourt Town Centre and Harwich Town Stations on ‘The Mayflower Line’ as well as further afield, including Mistley & Manningtree. www.greateranglia.co.uk   By Bus: Service 2 runs from outside the Ferry Terminal Building into the Town Centre every hour, at 25 mins past the hour. Details & timetables can be found in the Ferry Terminal at the Port, the Guildhall in Harwich and at the Ha’Penny Pier Visitor Centre on Harwich Quay. www.firstgroup.com By Car: There is free car parking in many of the streets in Dovercourt & Harwich and five public car parks (see map overleaf). Other information and useful Websites Harwich Harbour Foot & Cycle Ferry +44(0)7919 911440 The only public ferry linking Essex with Suffolk, visiting Shotley (10 mins) & Felixstowe (15 mins) Seasonal service. www.harwichharbourferry.com Ha’Penny Pier Visitor Centre +44(0)1255 553610 The Quay, Harwich (Seasonal Opening May - Sept) Harwich Town Council +44(0)1255 507211 The Guildhall, Church Street, Harwich (Open 9.30am – 1.00pm Mon-Fri) E mail: info@harwichtowncouncil.co.uk www.harwichtowncouncil.co.uk Harwich International Port +44(0)1255 242000 www.harwich.co.uk www.harwich-essex.co.uk www.harwichanddovercourt.co.uk www.essex-sunshine-coast.org.uk www.visitessex.com ‘The Essex Way’ - Walking Routes in Essex www.essexwalks.com National Cycle Network (Route 51 from Harwich) www.sustrans.org.uk Harwich Maritime Trail www.harwich-society.co.uk Stenaline (Harwich – Hook of Holland) www.stenaline.co.uk Copies of this leaflet can be downloaded from www.harwichtowncouncil.co.uk
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