Travel to and from Timsbury
Driving – Set your Satnav to BA2 0HY
See the Map Here – Timsbury is on the B3115 between the A367 and the A39
179 Radstock, MSN, Timsbury, BATH First Bus Bus stops – North Road by British Legion, near Coop and the Hook.
178 Radstock, Paulton, Timsbury, Keynsham, BRISTOL First Bus. Bus stops in Bloomfield Road.
768 Radstock/Writhlington to BATH Via Priston, goes through Timsbury including Greenvale Drive and North Road on way to Radstock and Midsomer Norton.
668 Mondays only Peasedown St John, Timsbury, Keynsham, BRISTOL
Transport Route planning:
Live bus times for Timsbury bus stops are available via a computer or an app on a mobile phone. TravelWest, the information service provided by the West of England Combined Authority, has added real-time information on buses and trains to its website.
In addition to live arrival times the website offers a journey planner and routes and timetables for Bristol, B&NES, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset.
A free mobile and web UK Bus Checker app is available for both Android and Apple operating systems, details here.
For anyone who cannot use normal public transport. You have to register with the service and book at least two days in advance. You can use your Diamond Travel Card for reductions in fares. See more details:
Midsomer Norton Dial a Ride, phone 01761 417504. Supported by Timsbury Parish Council.
Keynsham Dial a Ride phone 01225 395321
SWAN Volunteer Driver Transport
Swan Transport offers a personal transport service using volunteer drivers, to those who are elderly, frail or disabled and on a low income (under £16,000). Our drivers use their own vehicles, especially helpful for those who can’t easily use a bus. The suggested donation per journey ranges from £6.50 for a local return to £20.50 for a return journey into Bath, which is cheaper than a taxi. Journeys can include; health appointments, hairdresser, shopping (assisted shopping available if requested) or visiting friends. Journeys take place from Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm, with some flexibility, within the B&NES area.
We always welcome new drivers who are vital to offer this important service. Swan Drivers can choose how much or little they would like do, with the option of regular or ad-hoc journeys.
To contact SWAN call: 01761 439548 or email: email@example.com to speak to Sarah or Ann.
See more details on website: Swan Volunteer Transport.
SWAN is a member of Localgiving if you wish to support us by making a donation we would be very grateful, helping this valuable service.
Midsomer Norton Community Vehicle Trust provide group transport to older and disabled people increasing their independence and confidence. There is a volunteer driver.
Contact: 01761 416 910