Travel by Bus

Travelling to Hungerford by bus is quite convenient as there are several bus services that operate in and around the town. Here are some of the bus services you can use:

They operate the 22 service from Marlborough to Hungerford via Burbage, Great Bedwyn, Shalbourne, and Ham.

They operate several services including:
3A: Newbury – Hungerford via Hungerford Common, Kintbury
3X: Newbury – Hungerford via A4
3c: Thatcham – Hungerford

They operate the 46A service from Swindon to Marlborough/Hungerford.

They operate the H1 service within Hungerford. The H1 service will continue until the end of the year 2023 and will be replaced by the new on demand service below:

You can check the respective company’s website or a bus timetable website for the most up-to-date information on routes, schedules, and fares. Please note that the availability of these services may vary, so it’s always a good idea to check before planning your journey.

Having a joined-up rail and bus network is generally the preserve of cities and urban areas. But now the Vale of Pewsey can also boast integrated public transport!
The introduction of an on-demand bus service has transformed the public transport service across the villages of the Vale.

The service links Marlborough, Devizes, Hungerford and Pewsey and the villages in these areas, as well as providing scheduled routes to Swindon and Salisbury.

You can use the app (look for Wiltshire Connect) to book a bus or, if you prefer, you can call 01225 712900. Once you have a booking, you can follow its progress on the app whilst you wait. There are lots of designated pick up and drop off points across the Vale for you to choose from, making the service extremely convenient.

Alternative ways to travel

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