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Details of Bus Services and Timetables in the Easingwold & Villages area

There are a number of bus services conecting Easingwold and the local Villages with each other and the major towns of York and Thirsk.
Details of these services are given below, together with information on major coach servces nearby 
Just click on the images below to download the timetables of the bus services described.
I have tried to list all the bus services in the wider Easingwold and Villages area. If you know of any other bus services I have missed or errors in the services I have listed, I would be grateful if you could send me details via
info@visit-easingwold.com
Note: Bus Company telephone contact details are normally included on the timetables when you download them.

Bus Services for Easingwold and the western Villages into York.

Monday To Saturday (not Bank Holidays)Click here for Stephensons Bus Services current timetables
 
  • Route Numbers: 29  & 29A Timetable
  • (Stephensons)
  • Route may include      
  • Easingwold - Raskelf - Helperby - Tholthorpe - Flawith - Alne - Aldwark - Linton on Ouse - Newton on Ouse - Shipton by Beningbrough - Skelton - York (Exhibition Square)


Bus Services for Easingwold and the western Villages into York.

Monday To Saturday (not Bank Holidays)Click here for Stephensons Bus Services current timetables
 
  • Route Numbers:  31 & 31X Timetable
  • (Stephensons)
  • Route may include
  • Kirbymoorside - Helmsley - Spoxton - Oswaldkirk - Ampleforth - Wass - Byland Abbey - Coxwold - Huthswaite  - Easingwold - Alne - Tollerton - Shipton by Beningbrough - Skelton - York (Exhibition Square) - York College 

Bus Services for Easingwold, Stillington, Huby and Sutton on the Forest to York.Click here for Reliance Bus Srvices current timetables

Monday To Sunday (incl. Bank Holidays)
  • Route Number 40 Timetable
  • (Reliance Motor Services)
  • Route may include
  • Easingwold - Crayke -Stillington -Huby -Sutton on the Forest - Eastmoor (Ind Est) - Wigginton -York Hospital - York - York Railway Station - Askham Bryan

Bus Services for Easingwold and the western and southern villages from York to Thirsk

Click here for Reliance Bus Srvices current timetables Monday To Sunday (incl Bank Holidays)
  • Route Number 30 & 30X Timetable
  • (Reliance Motor Services)
  • Route may include     
  • Thirsk - Bagby - Birdforth - Thormanby - Raskelf - Easingwold - Alne - Tollerton - Shipton by Beningbrough - Skelton - Clifton - York Railway Station - York Centre - York College - Askham Bryan

Shopping service From Easingwold Villages to Boroughbridge (& Morrisons Supermarket).

Mondays Only (including Bank Holidays)
  • Route Number 2 Timetable
  • (Atkinsons)
  • Route may include
  • Raskelf - Easingwold - Tollerton - Alne - Flawith - Helperby - Thornton Bridge - Milby - Boroughbridge

Thirsk – Sessay – Helperby – Ripon

Thursday & Saturdays only

  • Route No 150 Timetable
  • (John Smiths)
  • Route may include
  • Thirsk – Dalton - Sessay - Pilmoor - Fawdington - Helperby - Cundal - Asenby - Raintonn - Sharow - Ripon


812 (Dales Bus)
 Easingwold - York - Ripon - Fountains Abbey - Pateley Bridge - Grassington
Spend a Sunday in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales by bus from Easingwold - bus arrives in Grassington at 11:15 am giving you plenty of time!
No parking worries in Grassington- its simple really - just leave your car at home and use the Dalesbus
This service has now finished for the 2016 season - it is hoped to offer a similar service during 2017

Location

Click for more information on The George Hotel in Easingwold

Visit The George at Easingwold, and enjoy an inn renowned for its accommodation, fine food and friendly staff. You are assured the very best of Yorkshire hospitality,more.

Contact

Easingwold Tourist Information
Chapel Lane
Easingwold
York
YO61 3AE
Tel 01347 821530
Fax 01347 821530

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It's a fact

Lawrence Stern, local vicar and author of the for its time groundbreaking (scandalous) novel “Trystan Shandy” lived in Coxwold village and whose home is now a museum with delightful gardens open to the public for much of the year

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