The Royal Parks offer residents free minibus service to Richmond Park

By Cesar Medina

22nd Apr 2024 | Local News

Residents can now catch a free minibus to make their way around Richmond Park (credit: Richmond Council).
Residents can now catch a free minibus to make their way around Richmond Park (credit: Richmond Council).

The Royal Parks is offering locals a free minibus service to Richmond Park until mid-autumn.

This free service will operate for all residents every Monday, Wednesday and Friday until 27 November, from 9.25am to 4.20pm.

The Royal Parks says the minibus has disabled access, and runs between all the Richmond Park car parks, Ladderstile Gate, Richmond Gate, Pembroke Lodge and Isabella Plantation.

Services will start and finish at the barrier in Danebury Avenue on the Roehampton Estate and goes out to Ham, Ashburnham Road (371 bus stop), Ham Gate Avenue (near to 65 bus stop), and new for this year, out to Mortlake Station (969 stop) outside the Community Centre.

A map of The Royal Parks' free minibus service in Richmond Park (credit: The Royal Parks).

The minibus is free and fully accessible with a ramp and steps to aid access.

Royal Parks say wheelchair users wishing to use the service should contact [email protected].

The Royal Parks are a charity that 'cares for the most famous collection of urban parks in the world.' 

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