CallConnect Area Guide

Skegness

Skegness CallConnect operates six-days-a-week: 7am-7pm, Monday-Friday, and 7:30am-6:30pm on Saturdays. Our vehicles are fully accessible and a tail lift is available to accommodate mobility aids, enabling all to travel. In addition to our easy-to-use bookable bus services to connect to Skegness, there is an additional timetabled service: Service 39 Skegness Town Service (Monday to Saturday).

CallConnect does not offer town journeys in Skegness except for passengers who have mobility impairment and may use mobility aids such as wheelchairs and walking frames.

Locations Served

Addlethorpe
Anderby
Anderby Creek
Ashington End
Authorpe Row
Black Horse Bridge
Bonthorpe
Bratoft
Burgh le Marsh
Candlesby
Chapel Point
Chapel St Leonards
Claxby St. Andrew
Croft
Croft Marsh
Cumberworth
Dickon Hills
Eastville
Firsby
Friskney
Friskney Eaudyke
Friskney Low Ground
Gibraltar
Gunby
Habertoft
Hasthorpe
Helsey
Hogsthorpe
Huttoft
Ingoldmells
Irby in the Marsh
Little Steeping
Mawthorpe
Mumby
New England
New Leake
Orby
Seacroft
Skegness*
Sloothby
Thorpe Culvert
Thorpe Fendykes
Thorpe St Peter
Wainfleet All Saints
Wainfleet Bank
Wainfleet St Mary
Wainfleet Tofts
Welton le Marsh
Willoughby
Winthorpe*
Wrangle Bank

* Also served by a timetabled service.

Timetable

CallConnect also provides the following timetabled service in additional to its bookable bus service. 

Additional Info

Skegness is a large and very popular seaside town on the East Coast of Lincolnshire. It is easily accessed by road, rail and public transport with a busy train, bus and coach station at the heart of the town which allows thousands of seasonal visitors to flock to its variety of attractions, holiday and theme parks. In addition to its road connections, Skegness boasts good bus and rail connectivity with InterConnect bus routes to Boston, Spilsby, Horncastle, Mablethorpe and Lincoln and the Nottingham-Boston-Skegness Poacher Line serves the resort.

The largest resort on the Lincolnshire coast, Skegness has a rich heritage, first as a fishing port and then after the arrival of rail it became famous for the tag line, “Skegness is so Bracing” with posters featuring the iconic Jolly Fisherman.

In 1936 Butlin’s holiday resort opened in Skegness and it is still one of the UK’s most popular holiday destinations. There is so much to see and do in Skegness for anyone of any age, from the Natureland Seal Sanctuary, the four-mile promenade walk, Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve and the Embassy Theatre to the Skegness Aquarium. So whether it’s fast-paced entertainment or the natural beauty of England’s coastline, Skegness has it all.

Sailing boats at Gibralta Point near Skegness on Lincolnshire coast.
Gibraltar Point

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