Great Cornard & Sudbury are provided with many ways to explore the local area and surrounding countryside.
For those who choose not to walk or cycle, utilising local public transport is a great alternative, we have provided links below to help you reduce the cost of public transport.
There are a selection of local incentives to promote travelling by bus, including:
✔ National free bus pass – for those aged 60 or over (or eligible disabled) you’re entitled to a bus pass that allows free off-peak travel on local buses anywhere in England. Apply online.
✔ Endeavour card – pick up a cashless Endeavour card if you aged between 16-19, and you can get at least 25% off full price adult fare on participating bus services in Suffolk. Find out more.
Concessionary Voucher Scheme
If you are unable to travel by conventional public transport (i.e. due to location or severe mobility impairment) you could be eligible to receive travel vouchers to assist with the cost of community transport services.
Public Transport Alternatives
For Weaver’s Meadow residents that are unable to travel by conventional public transport, the following services are available for journeys in and around the local area:
✔ Dial-a-ride is a local door-to-door transport service using easy access minibuses. Call 01787 242116 for more information.
✔ GoStart Community Trust offers subsidised travel for pensioners, school children, community groups and those with disabilities. Call 01787 242116 or click here for more information.
Or you can contact your Travel Coordinator who can assist you with obtaining the relevant information.