Priestley is proud to announce that for the next academic year our direct buses to college will be FREE to all students.
We’ve decided to fund these services to help families deal with the cost of living and because we believe a young person’s education should not be restricted by financial circumstances.
As a college we have always worked hard with local travel providers to offer subsidised services where possible, but realise the next year could be particularly difficult for everyone.
That means students from the following areas will be able to travel to Priestley for free.
Just click the service you are interested in to discover where the bus will be stopping and at what time.
Warrington’s Own Buses
Warrington’s Own Buses run a number of Priestley’s direct buses but also many more services around town. You can find out more about those services – and the discounts available – here > Warrington’s Own Buses
You could save money by travelling by bus with Arriva. Check out these amazing benefits:
- Unlimited bus travel each month.
- Parents/Guardians can set up direct debits on behalf of the student.
- Ticket sent direct to your home or mobile.
- Convenient monthly payments by direct debit.
- Ongoing direct debit meaning tickets can be used throughout half term, summer holidays and into the next academic year.
- Quick and easy to join.
For the full details click here > Travelling with Arriva
You can plan your route to college using traveline. Just click the button and follow these steps.
1> Click the left-hand tab in the box for Plan Your Journey.
2> Add your postcode and then ‘to’ Priestley College
3> Choose a college day starting from 5th September and a time between 7.30am and 8.30am depending on how far you are travelling
4> See all transport routes
5> Plot your route to college
PLAN MY ROUTE
Travelling by bike / on foot
There are many other ways to travel into Priestley College thanks to its excellent location near Warrington Town Centre and Stockton Heath. Whether you will be travelling by bike, on foot or by train click the icon below for more information.