Advice for Festival-goers Travelling to Latitude by Train

Train operator Greater Anglia has issued advice for festival-goers travelling to the Latitude festival by train later this month.

Latitude takes place from Thursday 25 to Sunday 28 July in Henham at Henham Park; the nearest rail station is at Halesworth, 5.8 miles to the west.

Passengers are advised travel on the East Suffolk Line to Halesworth station which sits midway between Ipswich and Lowestoft. At Halesworth station, Latitude Buses will operate a shuttle service to and from the festival site at Henham Park.

For more information about the shuttle bus service visit

Additional staff will be on hand at Halesworth to help passengers with travel and ticket information.

Slight Alterations to the Timetable

On Thursday 25, Friday 26 and Monday 29 July, some East Suffolk line services will depart early to allow for extra dwell time at Halesworth stations. Passengers are advised to check before they travel.

James Reeve, Area Customer Service Manager, Greater Anglia said:

“Travelling by train is one of the most sustainable forms of transport and we’re very pleased to help festival-goers attend Latitude again this year.

“All trains will run with the maximum number of carriages available, however we are expecting services to be very busy, particularly on Monday 29 July as people make their way home. Passengers should allow more time for their journeys.

“Our new trains are longer and have more seats, however we would ask everyone to be patient while boarding as we are expecting higher than usual passenger numbers on these services.”

Passengers are advised to buy tickets online or via the Greater Anglia app before they travel. People travelling in groups of three or more can save money with GroupSave. Two people travelling at the same time can save with a Duo ticket.

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