Bus travel to Easton
Travelling by bus to Easton College
Easton College has a FREE minibus shuttle between Easton village bus stop and the College. Morning schedule from 8.15am to 9am at Easton Village bus stop. Evening schedule from 4.30pm to 5pm leaving from the Machinery Yard.
Please note: from 6 October the free minibus shuttle evening schedule will start at 4.15pm whilst Bawburgh Road is closed due to highways maintenance there is still pedestrian access.
Bus passes available from Norfolk County Council
We strongly advise that you investigate season tickets offered directly from the operator, as these are likely to be cheaper and more flexible than our Norfolk County Council pass.
The public routes not provided by Easton College will bring you into Norwich city centre, where you can catch a dedicated bus from either Castle Meadow, Norwich bus station, Norwich rail station, St Stephen’s or Newmarket Road direct to Easton. (See the Easton College timetable)
Travel for students with EHCP
If your child has an Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP) there is no need to apply for travel assistance. The Travel Independence Training Team (TITAN) assess who is entitled to travel assistance and if independent travel training might be appropriate you will hear direct from one of them.
How to use the free dedicated Norwich to Easton buses
First Bus Excel
This is a public bus which links Easton village to Peterborough, Wisbech, Kings Lynn, Swaffham, Dereham and Norwich. This bus runs throughout the day so if lessons start or finish early at Easton College and you need to get to Norwich City Centre you can catch this bus. Click here for the timetable
This bus stops at the Bus stop top of Bawburgh Road in Easton.
Norfolk County Council post-16 travel scheme
You will be required to pay towards any post-16 transport. For post-16 payment information visit cost and payment.
If applying for a pass from Norfolk County Council, you need to apply online here.