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As Norfolk’s specialist college in land-based studies, transport support will be given to any student who qualifies under the general criteria from anywhere in Norfolk if they are attending a land-based or animal-based course.
Please note that as Easton and Otley Colleges have now combined Norfolk County Council also provides travel assistance to the Otley Campus. See the separate webpage for Easton & Otley College: Otley Campus to apply.
Transport support will normally be in the form of a pass for use on a local bus or train service into Norwich, and then on the service from Norwich to Easton College, although Easton College also fund some direct routes to the college.
Transport will also be provided for students living outside Norfolk if a student travels on these direct routes.
Transport will also be provided for students too old to qualify under the post16 travel scheme (19 years or over) if they travel on these direct routes. Visit the Easton College website for a printable application form.
If students are undertaking any other course transport support will only be offered on the routes which the college funds, as displayed on the map for Easton College.
You will be required to pay towards any post16 transport. For post16 payment information visit cost and payment.
The Fusion Ticket lets you travel on most bus services within the area shown on the map below. It’s valid all day (from 0500 to 0200 the next morning) for as many journeys as you like, and you can pass it on to a friend or relative to use too.
If you do not qualify for assistance under the post16 travel scheme or would like greater flexibility in travel to work, training or further education, Kickstart may be able to assist with a moped loan.
For further information visit the Kickstart website.