We now have two new bus routes serving Cropwell Bishop. The Yourbus 822 service no longer runs and has been replaced as follows:
The 833, operated by Vectare on contract to Nottinghamshire County Council, provides a good daytime link directly to Bingham via Cropwell Butler (14 minute journey time). It runs every hour from Church St with the first bus at 0744 and the last at 1644. Return from Bingham (Newgate Street) is at 38 minutes past the hour with the last bus at 1738. The return fare to Bingham is £4.40 for adults and £2.20 for children.
In the other direction the 833 travels eventually to Bingham through the Vale villages as the 822 used to do.
The 33 service, operated commercially by CT4N, provides a service through to Friar Lane every hour. During the daytime it loops around Hoe View Road (at 42 minutes past the hour), and Church St (at 47 minutes past the hour) before travelling to town via Cropwell Butler, Hollygate Estate, Cotgrave Ringleas and Daleside, Tollerton, Morrisons and West Bridgford. The return fare to town is £6 and the journey time is about 60 minutes.
At peak times the timetable changes and the route through Cropwell Bishop alters slightly as the bus travels to and from Langar, Granby and Sutton.
The existing 850/852 will continue to run and offers us a limited service to and from Radcliffe.
Useful journey planner can be found at:
The new services should enable us to leave our cars at home more often. Please give them a try.
If you have any problems or concerns please report them to the Clerk, Janice Towndrow 0115 989 4656 or email email@example.com
Cllr John Greenwood 28/5/19
Please find below the new 833 bus service operating from Tuesday 28th May offering a service to Bingham.
Please see below the press release from independent company CT4N who will be running a new bus service through Cropwell Bishop from the 26th May 2019.
We have been notified by N.C.C. that Yourbus have requested early exit from their contract and wish
to cease the 822 service in April 2019. N.C.C. have come to an agreement that Yourbus to continue
this service until the end of May 2019, to enable them to organise an alternative service for the 822
N.C.C. in conjunction with the local Parish Councils are working on an alternative service and we will
advise our parishioners as soon as we are aware of who will be running the service going forward
and what the timetable will be.
The tender process for the new 822 service has now been completed and the contract has been awarded to Yourbus who currently operate routes in to Nottingham from the Derby, Stapleford and Beeston direction.
I have attached the final timetable which now includes a later trip from Bingham towards Orston and also the extension of the last 2 trips from Friar Lane beyond Granby. As I have mentioned previously we will organise a follow up / review meeting with you all later this year, hopefully a representative from Yourbus will also be able to attend.
Timetable leaflets are currently being printed and I will arrange for these to be delivered to outlets used before 9including Bingham Town Council Offices0, if there are any specific points you think would be useful to drop these in to please let me know.
Manager, Transport & Travel Services
The following note was issued today (14/06/17) by Chris Ward, County Manager, Transport & Travel Services, to accompany the proposed timetable for the ‘822’ service to replace the ‘V2 Service’
Following discussion with Members a final timetable has been produced to replace the Villager 2 service from 24th July, a copy is attached for your reference. The final route covers as much of the current Villager 2 service as possible, maintains the peak time journeys to Nottingham but with the off peak journeys connecting in West Bridgford where there are many options for connections to Nottingham. Peak journeys to Nottingham are also maintained through connections in Bingham with the Rushcliffe Mainline or rail services. We are hoping to introduce a ‘through’ ticketing agreement with both Trentbarton and Nottingham City Transport, details of this will be made available as soon as possible.
I hope to be able to advise you who will be operating the new service at the end of June following a short procurement process, timetables and full information will follow as soon as possible after that, your help in circulating this would be greatly appreciated. We are initially looking to award the contract for 2 years to try and get some stability in the area, during this time I intend to review the service and will be inviting representatives from each Parish/Town as we have done previously. I recognise that this situation will cause some concern to your residents, we are however trying to minimise any disruption and maintain as much of the service across the whole area as possible within the budget available.
If you have any queries regarding this please do not hesitate to contact me.
Chris Ward – Manager, Transport & Travel Services
HOW DO THE NEW 822 PROPOSALS AFFECT CROPWELL BISHOP?
The County ‘822’ proposals (issued 14/06/17) are intended to replace the V2 from 23 July 2017
The proposed 822 service will run from Bingham via Aslockton and the Vale villages to Cropwell Bishop (serving Church St and Hoe View Road as the current V2 route) and then on to Cotgrave Hollygate Lane Estate and Cotgrave Manvers Arms (missing out Ringleas). It then continues to Tollerton airport, Morrisons and West Bridgford (again as the existing V2)
Daytime 822 services stop at West Bridgford, whereas peak time 822 services go through to Friar Lane.
Through ‘peak time’ buses from Church St (labelled as Post Office on the 822 timetable) to Nottingham Friar Lane run at 0643, 0713 and 0803 in the morning and at 1623 and 1708 in the late afternoon (41 minute journey time)
In the late afternoon, through 822 buses from Friar lane to Cropwell Bishop run at 1630, 1705 and 1755 (40 minute journey time) – Note that these buses from Friar lane do not stop at Broadmarsh.
In the daytime, the 822 provides a service from Church St to West Bridgford at 33 minutes past the hour from 0933 to 1533 (then 1623 and 1708 which continue to Friar Lane) timings one minute later from Hoe View Road.
For the return daytime journey the 822 leaves West Bridgford on the hour between 0900 and 1600 (with buses at 1645, 1720 and 1810 which originate in Friar Lane)
Buses to Bingham from Cropwell Bishop Church St run hourly from 0925 to 1525 (34 minute journey time) with return buses from Bingham on the hour from 0900 to 1500 (33 minute journey time).
STATEMENT RECEIVED TODAY FROM N.C.C REGARDING THE WITHDRAWAL OF THE V2 BUS SERVICE AND A REPLACEMENT SERVICE FROM 24/7/15
V2 Villager withdrawal : 23rd July 2017
In response to the withdrawal of the V2 service, the County Council is currently preparing a number of options to provide bus services for those communities affected; whilst providing Value for Money and maximising accessibility to key services and destinations . These plans once prepared will be discussed internally early next week on the return of Chris Ward , Manager , Transport and Travel Services, followed by a briefing to the Chair, Councillor Cottee and the Vice Chair, Councillor Wheeler of the Communities and Place committee. Therefore we will be back in touch with you next week to provide further details and l hope this e—mail reassures you that we are working hard to ensure there is bus a service/s available for residents from the 24th July 2017.
If you have any further questions please don’t hesitate to contact me or my colleagues copied in to this e-mail.
Manager, Development & Partnerships
Tel No: 0115 9774760
Mob No: 07766 497753
Cropwell Bishop Parish Council is appalled by the decision this week to withdraw the Rushcliffe V2 Bus Service to Cotgrave, Cropwell Bishop and the surrounding villages as of the 23rd July 2017. This decision was made by Trent Barton alone and the Parish Council and other affected Parish Councils were also not informed of this decision.
Trent Barton has made a unilateral decision to remove this service, because even though the service was rebranded there has been customer reduction and is therefore commercially unviable. Trent Barton failed to discuss this with N.C.C. and only notified them earlier this week.
The Parish Clerk has just spoken to N.C.C. (Friday morning 26/5/17 10.30am) and they have advised that they are currently working on an emergency replacement service for the Cropwell’s and surrounding villages. N.C.C. have promised to contact the Parish Clerk on Tuesday of next week to advice of any progress regarding an alternative service.
Parish Clerk 26/5/17