Skip about on our weekend Shuttle Bus 

The much-loved Long Mynd and Stiperstones Shuttle will be hitting the road again this month on the 25th May. 

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It’s taking a more tradition route than last year, crossing the Long Mynd from Church Stretton and reaching out across the Stiperstones as far as Snailbeach. A considerable amount of thought and time has gone into to getting the timetable to fit in with the 435 bus and Shrewsbury-Ludlow train services, as well as give passengers enough time to visit the places they love. We are making as much as we can of our single bus service, which will also now run out to Wentnor with its two pubs, community shop and caravan site.  
As we are unable to offer concessionary fares, we’ve kept the ticket costs low with a single fare at £2 and an All Day Rover at £6. The route works as well for passengers who want to hop on and off as it does for those who just want to enjoy a scenic tour. Passengers can also bring their pooches, as the bus, walks and many of the pubs along the route are dog friendly. 

The timetable on our website and at the bus stops. Printed copies are available from Church Stretton Visitor Information Centre, The Bog Visitor Centre, Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre, Carding Mill Valley and pubs along the route as well as online. Hough and Son’s will also have a stock for those wanting to pick one up with their Sunday roast. Buy your ticket for cash only on the bus or contact us to splash out on a season ticket. 

The service is planned to run weekends only from May 25th to September 8th. If the service meets its passenger target for this period, we will be in a position to extend the season later into September or possibly have a couple of weekend specials in the autumn to coincide with local events, like the Bog Centre Christmas fayre. 

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