If you are aged 16-19 (under 19), live in Wiltshire and Lackham is your nearest Land Based college, you may be eligible for a Wiltshire Council bus pass. If your household income is less than £20,819.00, the price for the 2022-23 bus pass is £300.
If do not qualify for the lower rate bus pass, the full price of £850 is unlikely to be the most cost effective option for your travel.
More information and applications: Applying for transport - Wiltshire Council
Buses which drop off and pick up directly from the Lackham campus
- X2 Salisbury – Amesbury – Bulford/Durrington – Shrewton/Tilshead – Devizes – Bowerhill
- X18 Warminster – Westbury - Trowbridge – Melksham
- X37 Chippenham – Bus Station – Rowden Hill
- X43 Marlborough – Beckhampton – Calne – Chippenham
- Swindon – Royal Wootton Bassett – Lyneham
- Bath – Corsham – Sainsburys, Chippenham
Buses from Malmesbury and surrounding villages
Wiltshire Council are unable to provide buses direct to Lackham from the Malmesbury area. Coachstyle bus service 99 runs from Malmesbury to Chippenham where you can connect with the Faresaver X37.
Buses from Frome and Trowbridge
Bus service X34 is operated by Faresaver and runs from Frome to Trowbridge this then connects with X18 Trowbridge to Lackham bus. The X18 comes directly onto site for an 8.45am drop off.
For more information about the bus service X34 – X34 Bus Service Frome – Trowbridge
The nearest train station to the Lackham campus is in Chippenham (3 and a half miles). If you chose to travel by train, please check that your train will arrive in time for you to catch a bus to Lackham.
Students travelling on the train network and aged 16 or 17 can purchase a 16 – 17 Saver card for a 50% reduction in their train fares here.
Students aged 18 and over can purchase a young person’s railcard which entitles them to a 30% reduction in ticket prices: click here.
Please be sure to read all terms and restrictions to make sure a railcard is appropriate for your needs.
Parking is free on all of our campuses. Our car parks are monitored by Parking Eye; you must register your car when you start College.
The College bursaries can offer financial support to help with the cost of travelling to college. If you live more than 3 miles (walking distance) from College and your household income is less than £35,000, you should apply.