Travelling to College
Travel by bus
Cirencester College is pleased to be working in partnership with Stagecoach Buses for all routes into College’
All areas will still be covered, as before, although a few stops may be slightly different. If there is a not a bus stop near you, let us know and we will investigate whether we are able to accommodate you. Please contact – firstname.lastname@example.org or use the form below
Applying for Financial Assistance?
If you are planning to apply for financial assistance towards a Stagecoach travel pass, please wait until your application has been processed before making any payment.
The application process will open in July.
We will purchase the Academic Year Megarider on your behalf once your application has been approved and we have received your discounted payment.
If you have a query please contact Rosa Hallett on 01285 626147 or CCLB@cirencester.ac.uk
Bus pass savings scheme
We have been asked by several parents to allow installments for the Stagecoach annual bus ticket, as we used to do for the coach fare. As the ticket is bought directly from Stagecoach, we are not able to take installments. However, we can facilitate a type of savings scheme through WisePay.
We have set up a bus pass savings scheme into which you can make payments between now and August. We suggest around £50 per week or £200 per month to get you almost to the £650 you will need. We will then refund your balance at the end of August, to allow you to buy the ticket directly from StageCoach in the first week of September. Please note, we are not able to pay interest on your savings but neither will we make any charges for the service.
If you would like to take this opportunity to make stage payments, please visit the WisePay page in the parent portal
Summer Bus Service
Bus Services to Cirencester College
Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays from 16 June 2020
51 from Cheltenham or Swindon & Cricklade
77 from Lechlade & Fairford
For those of you who are drivers, the College has its own on site car park. As there are limited spaces, drivers must purchase a parking permit through our online payment system – Wisepay – or from the Student Journey Cashier by Reception where we accept cash, card or cheque. Once payment has been received, we will remotely activate the parking chip in your student ID card. This takes one working day to activate. ID cards are normally collected at your enrolment appointment in late August or on your first day at College.
Remember to first upload your profile photo on the Applicant Portal so we can print your ID card. On entering the car park, you hold your ID card to the black box on the barrier whilst no action is needed to exit the car park.
Single use tokens will only be available from Easter onwards to facilitate the exam period, and cost £2 per entry to the car park. After Easter, simply register your car with the Student Journey Cashier to purchase tokens.