The following branches run travel to matches. It is worth considering using coach travel as a method to travel to Ipswich Town matches with petrol, diesel and parking costs being so very high. It is a great way to travel to matches in a friendly atmosphere, whilst doing your bit for the carbon footprint! Coaches drop off, and park, very close to the ground at Ipswich.
Bury St Edmunds
Contact - Nigel Cole - 07729 833543
Pick Up Points: 9 locations around Bury St Edmunds town and on Moreton Hall - click HERE for further details
Contact - Pat Edwards - 01255 423301
Pick Up Points: Clacton (The Century Pier Avenue), Great Clacton, Little Clacton, Colchester Ardleigh Crown Public House.
Contact - Richard Townsend - 01986 873794
Pick Up Points: Edgar Sewter School Halesworth, Bramfield Street,Yoxford
Contact - Iain Ross - 01440 763772
Pick Up Points: Kedington, Haverhill, Stoke by Clare, Clare and Cavendish - click HERE for details
Contact - Alma Beckwith - 01787 375549
Pick Up Points: Long Melford, Sudbury (various), Great Cornard, Boxford
Contact - Graham Utting - 07765 861006
Pick Up Points: Lowestoft (various)
Coach travel to selected away games. Contact Rita or John for details. Pick-ups are normally Manningtree Rail Station and Cattawade.
Contact - Martin Lane - 01638 614481 or 07986 335942
Pick Up Points: Studlands Park in Newmarket, Newmarket High Street, Kennett Bell Public House, Kentford Garage
Don't organise home coach travel but members travel on Whincop Coaches which pick up in Aldeburgh, Aldringham, Leiston, Saxmundham, Benhall and Wickham Market - contact 01728 660233 for details.
PC Travel Beccles
Private hire business in Beccles, licensed to carry 8 passengers.
Offering away match travel from the Beccles / Lowestoft areas - for more information visit http://www.pctravelbeccles.co.uk or telephone Peter Curtis on 01502 710071.
Important message to branches who run coach travel
Many of your branches will be travelling to matches, both home and away, by coach and I hope that these are enjoyable and safe experiences.
As such, we would like to remind any branch organising coach travel that under the Sporting Events (Control of Alcohol) Act, 1985, the carrying of alcohol on-board any coach that is being used for taking people to a sporting event is illegal. The Act makes it an offence for a coach operator, or any of its staff working onboard, to allow alcohol to be brought onto the coach or consumed on it. In addition, anyone found in possession of alcohol on-board the coach will also be committing an offence.