Cantley

The award-winning station garden at Cantley, cultivated by a team of dedicated volunteers, is well-tended to throughout the year with an ever-changing display.

The small village of Cantley is situated on the north bank of the River Yare and dominated by the Cantley Sugar Factory. Built in 1912, the factory was the first in the UK to successfully produce sugar from sugar beet.

A leisurely 3-mile stroll from Cantley to Reedham, where you can have lunch at a local pub, can be completed in about an hour and is an excellent way to spend a morning or afternoon in the Norfolk countryside.

Station Information

Cantley Station
2 Station Rd
Norwich NR13 3SP
UK

Wheelchair Access

Explore the local area

There's plenty to see and do within easy walking distance of Cantley Station

Marker

Cantley Flower Show

The 81st Cantley Flower Show takes place at Cantley Village Hall on Manor Road on 1st September 2018

Read More
Marker

The Cock Tavern

The Cock Tavern is a large traditional timbered pub with a bar and two separate dining areas

Read More
Marker

British Sugar Factory

Cantley is well-known for its sugar beet factory which was constructed in 1912

Read More
Marker

The Reedcutter

The Reedcutter is a popular local dog-friendly pub near Cantley station

Read More
Marker

Guided Railway Walk: Cantley Circular

Date: Sunday 16 September 2018
Distance: About 6.5 miles

Read More