TURN £15 IN TO £30 at the Sandboy, Bawsey
Situated 3 miles west of King’s Lynn this old railway pub was built in 1908, originally tending to the needs of the railway, quarry and locals. Gayton Road closed to passengers on 28 February 1959 when most of the M&GN network closed. Shortly after closure, the line was singled through the station and the signalling was removed. Freight services continued through the station until 1968 and the track was lifted in 1970. The station buildings were demolished along with the bridge in the early 1970s when the B1145 was realigned.
Since then The Sandboy has been a hub of activity over the years, supplying locals with a friendly charming atmosphere and a place to relax with family and friends. With Mintlyn Crematorium as a nearby neighbour, The Sandboy has always taken pride in assisting and supplying a place for those to reminisce and celebrate the lives of their loved lost ones.
Situated on B1145 towards Bawsey, The SandBoy is close to the town of kings Lynn and the popular destination of Sandringham and Bawsey Country Park which was originally created by sand quarrying operations, the terrain is undulating, covering over 180 acres including lush woodland and sparkling lakes. Bawsey Country Park is the perfect place to relax, unwind and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. Visit with family or friends and get closer to nature, as you explore the many pathways through the trees, and around the lakes, finishing up at The Sandboy for a cold or warming drink.
Voucher is for Afternoon use only: Ploughman’s Lunch, Afternoon Tea etc 11-4pm Monday to Friday