The route was later given a makeover in the late 2000s with the addition some new 09-registered Optare Solos were introduced. At the same time a bright new blue, green and yellow livery that reflected the areas through which the route ran was applied to the buses.
Positive marketing of the route saw passenger numbers grow especially during the summer seasonal months, whereby many buses carried standing loads at times and required larger single-decks be employed to ease these loadings.
In recent years Norfolk Green was taken over by Stagecoach who retained this popular route and have indeed raised the profile by the introduction of a fleet of sixteen brand new single-deck buses during 2016. These came in two batches, the first of nine ADL E20D Enviro200 MMCs took up service in May, followed by six Optare Solo SRs in late September early October. The former are fleet numbers 37431-37439 (SN16 OPV/W/X/Z, ORC/F/G/H/J), the latter 48031-48036 (YJ66 ARZ, ASO/U/V/X/Z), most based in King's Lynn, but a small number work from an outstation at Egmore between Fakenham and Wells-next-the-Sea.
At the same time the buses were treated to a bright stunning Stenning livery, that is Ray Stenning of Best Impressions, and they certainly do just that, by portraying a good impression through the countryside. Clear blinds are used that show the route number as 'CH'.
The rear offside aspect on number 37436 as it headed towards Burnham Overy Staithe.
But in late September the six new Optare Solo SRs were taken into the fleet and by early October all were placed into service.
And finally. All the buses sport the new livery to complement the sea, the sands and the land, plus each featured the main elements of the route on the rear panel.