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Public Transport

Find out more about public transport in Church Crookham

Public Transport

Rail

Church Crookham is placed in the middle between Fleet Station (Fleet Road, Fleet) and Winchfield Station (Station Road, Winchfield).

Both stations provide regular services to Waterloo (journey time approximately 45 minutes) and southbound to Portsmouth and Southampton, via Basingstoke. You can also travel direct to Gatwick from nearby North Camp Station and direct to Guildford from Aldershot Station.

For further details and ticket information please go to the National Rail Enquiries website.

Buses

Stage Coach provides a number 72 bus service that runs between Reading and Farnborough. For further details please go to the Stagecoach website

Coach

National Express run a turn-up-and-ride service to London and all airports from Basingstoke bus station. For details on tickets and timetables call 08717 818181 (8am – 8pm). Their disabled persons’ traveline number is 08717 818179 and for deaf or hard of hearing customers 0121 455 0086 (text phone). Or visit the National Express website.

Community Transport

Fleet Link

Funded by Church Crookham Parish Council, Fleet Town Council and Hampshire County Council, Fleet Link is a minibus service that operates Monday to Saturday. Passengers, regardless of age, are picked up from their homes and can travel to:

  • Fleet town centre (Mon—Sat)
  • Farnborough town centre (Tues)
  • Camberley town centre/The Meadows (Weds)
  • Anywhere within the parishes of Fleet, Church Crookham & Elvetham Heath (Mon-Sat)

Fares are £3 return for local journeys and £4.50 for journeys to Camberley/ The Meadows/ Farnborough. Half price for concessionary bus passes. Call Hampshire County Council on 01252 518090 for more information.

The Fleet, Crookham & Elvetham Heath Taxishare

This service is available to anyone who wants to travel from Church Crookham, Quetta Park, Zebon Copse, Ancells Farm and Elvetham Heath to Fleet rail station or The Oatsheaf. The service (Mon – Fri) is similar to a bus service except passengers need to book in advance and the journey is operated by a taxi rather than a bus. Passengers are collected from any stops along the route including Aldershot Road, Crookham Crossroads, Quetta Park, The Verne, Redfields Garden Centre, Zebon Copse, Crookham Village, Hitches Lane, Ancells Farm, Elvetham Heath and Reading Road North. The service must be booked by 4pm the day before you wish to travel, and can be booked as far in advance as you like.

To register for this service or for more information call Hampshire County Council on 01962 846786