We strongly advise that you investigate season tickets offered direct from the operator as these are likely to be cheaper and more flexible than our Norfolk County Council pass.
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Most of these routes will bring you into Norwich city centre, where you can catch a bus from Castle Meadow, Norwich bus station, Norwich rail station, St Stephen’s or Newmarket Road direct to the college. The college also fund some direct routes to the site.
Please see the timetable of direct routes on the Easton College website.
If applying for a pass from Norfolk County Council, please go to our on-line application form.
The Council will only assist with travel to Easton College through our post-16 scheme if the following conditions apply:
- If Easton College is currently named in the student’s Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) as the nearest establishment that can meet their needs
- For specialist courses delivered at Easton College (i.e. land based or animal care) transport support will be given to any student who qualifies under the general criteria from anywhere in Norfolk
- The student is attending Easton College because it is the closest establishment to offer that particular vocational course, e.g. painting and decorating
- If travelling on bus routes funded by Easton College
In these cases it will be down to the Council to assess the appropriate mode of transport which may involve students changing buses in Norwich City Centre to get to the College
Students too old to qualify under the Post16 travel scheme (19 years or over) can only apply for a Norfolk County Council travel pass if travel would be on one of the routes funded by Easton College.