From February 24th there will be a revised service for the 62 and 62A buses travelling in from Halton >

62 Timetable from 17th Feb 2020

62 Timetable from 24th Feb 2020


If you have any queries or concerns about buses heading to Priestley College – both in terms of times and prices – please go to Warrington’s Own Buses or call them on 01925 634296.


This year if a student signs up for an annual pass they will need to pay just £36 a month (this is done by opting to pay the £432* annual pass on a monthly basis). Students with the annual pass will be able to use it on all Warrington’s Own Bus services throughout the year.

In the morning there will be journeys where students will not have to change at the bus interchange but they will need to do this for the return journey. Warrington’s Own Buses have assured us they will monitor this situation and revise arrangements if necessary.

As ever, students who face financial difficulty will be able to apply for the full cost to be covered by the Bursary schemes. Where the routes are £1 per journey students will not be able to use their college pass on other Warrington’s Own Bus services and will need to pay additional costs as has always been the case on those routes.

  • £460 from October 2019


Travelling to Priestley College could not be easier. We are situated just off of the A49 in South Warrington (Wilderspool Causeway) which means there is excellent access to numerous local bus routes run by Warrington Transport, Halton Transport or Arriva.

We are also within easy walking distance of the town centre and the two main train stations.

Warrington’s Own Buses run a number of direct services to college including routes from:


Irlam and Cadishead



Culcheth and Birchwood


Penketh and Great Sankey

Newton Le Willows and Burtonwood


For more details about travelling to Priestley on bus click on the following links:

Warrington’s Own Buses

Halton Transport


16-17 Saver Railcard














Cycling routes

There are also numerous cycling routes across Warrington and you can find details of those in the following map > Cycling routes