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Travelling to College

Getting to Weston College is easy as all three of our main campuses have great transport links across the region. 

All of our campuses are easily accessible by road, train and bus. Weston-super-Mare’s main station is on the main line between Bristol and Exeter, and all three of our main sites are close to bus stops.

As part of our commitment to environmental sustainability, we are encouraging positive changes in the way we all travel to college every day. Promoting more ecological travel options will help to reduce environmental impacts and will benefit our staff, students and local communities.

Please click here to read our Framework Travel Plan which identifies our key targets.

Options for traveling more sustainably...

Car diet
Public transport
Walking
Cycling
Sharing is Caring

Getting to College by bus...

FIRST BUS SERVICES UPDATE – MARCH 1st 2021

Following the government announcement about students returning to campus-based provision from March 8th, we are going to amend our approach to alleviate some of the stress associated with the return and the fact there is only a short period left in the spring term.  We have been able to negotiate with First Bus that we will now introduce an ‘Academic Year’ mTicket that will operate from March 8th through to the end of the academic year on July 9th2021.

 This pass will again be heavily subsidised by the College and are available at the below prices.

 

5-day Academic Year mTicket

£95.00

7-day Academic Year mTicket

£135.00

 

The 17-week apprenticeship mTicket remains unchanged due to it becoming valid at the point of sale.

  These can now be purchased on the College shop Bus Pass mTicket 20/21 | Weston College Group Online Store

 All college learners who receive mTickets via the College bursary scheme will receive the 7-day mTicket voucher code via email.

 

Our subsidised bus pass is one of the most generous in the area and offers substantial discounts on travel across the West of England. 

The pass is valid on all local First Group buses 24 hours a day during term times, and comes in either a five-day or seven-day variant. 

It doesn't have to be used solely for College-related travel - there are no restrictions on what kind of travel you can use it for. 

The College has continued to expand the number of direct coach services to the College. Direct routes from Bridgwater, Nailsea, Clevedon and Portishead mean that you can get to College even faster and more efficiently than normal bus routes. The College bus pass covers you for both the public and direct College services.

Click here to buy your bus pass now

 

BUS PASS

 

Our subsidised bus pass is one of the most generous in the area and offers substantial discounts on travel across the West of England. 

The pass is valid on all local First Group buses 24 hours a day during term times, and comes in either a five-day or seven-day variant. 

It doesn't have to be used solely for College-related travel - there are no restrictions on what kind of travel you can use it for. 

The College has continued to expand the number of direct coach services to the College. Direct routes from Bridgwater, Nailsea, Clevedon and Portishead mean that you can get to College even faster and more efficiently than normal bus routes. The College bus pass covers you for both the public and direct College services.

Click here to buy your bus pass now

Getting to College by train...

A new railcard offering half-price fares for 16 and 17-year-olds goes on sale at 9am on 20th August 2019.

The 16-17 Saver card can be used on standard class journeys originating in England and Wales, and costs just £30 a year.

This will be valid for tickets from 2 September 2019 and can be used on a mobile phone as well as a physical card.

 

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