Useful Links

Public Transport
There are 2 buses which run through Rendlesham. Below are links to the current timetables published by Suffolk County Council.

No 65 and 65B Bus timetables are available at:

The nearest train stations are:

Wickham Market (Campsea Ashe) (1.9 miles/3.1km)

Melton (3.6 miles/5.8km)

Woodbridge (5.2 miles/8.4km)

Community Transport

Coastal Accessible Transport Service (CATS)

CATS - the Suffolk Community Transport Operator based in Leiston, is the local operator providing Demand Responsive, Door to Door Services, Community Car Scheme and Group Hire for non profit making organisations

CATS provide wheelchair-accessible minibuses and car services for the general public and for community groups. . CAT drivers are specialists in supporting frail, elderly or mobility-impaired passengers and can provide a door-to-door service at a bus-fare rate in many cases. The services provide pre-booked demand responsive public transport, free from route and timetable restrictions, to those who might otherwise be socialy isolated through a lack of accessible transport. For more details please see

Many of the drivers are volunteers, and you are welcome to join the team.

To discuss any of the CATS services (or find out how to volunteer), please call us on 01728 830 516.

Deben Radio
Please visit the website and listen to a variety of regular programmes including music, story telling, local initiatives like the Deben Estuary Partnership and Becoming a First Responder, details about forthcoming events, local sports activities and much more. You can now leave a comment about individual programmes and we are keen to hear how listeners think Deben Radio is doing!
Online Safety
Get Safe Online is a joint initiative between the Government, law enforcement, leading businesses and the public sector. Its aim is to provide computer users and small businesses with free, independent, user-friendly advice that will allow users to use the internet safely and securely.

On this website you can download the Guide to Online Safety. A practical guide to staying safe online.

A useful Online Safety Resource Guide can also be found at:

To report online fraud:

Community Safety

Contact your Safer Neighbourhood Team:
Safer Neighbourhood Teams deliver a truly local policing style - local people working with local police and partners to identify and deal with issues of concern in their neighbourhood.

Safety advice

Stay safe on the roads, personal safety, protecting your home

Report a crime

Coastal Disability Forum