Bus / Train/ Taxi 

Transport for Altons & Honeystreet


The bus company Connect 2 is running a new timetable from August 17, including service 101 between Pewsey and Devizes via the Altons and Honeystreet. *See bottom page for Bus Service review.

Please note that stops at the Alton crossroads or Honeystreet sawmill MUST BE BOOKED with the call centre by ringing 08456 525255. These stops are shown on the timetable with a #. 

Click here for Bus Timetable
Inquiries -  Vontact Connect 2 on 01380 860100 

You may like to comment on the proposed bus timetable changes that Wiltshire Council are making. Go to:-www.wiltshire.gov.uk/transport-consultations


Live Train  arrival/departures times at Pewsey

Local Taxis

Valleywide Taxi (Pewsey) Free phone 0800 1707575 
mobile 07900986813

Outlook Private Hire 01672 564394

Avon Valley Chauffeur Servicesn 01980 630094

Arrow Private Hire Tel: 01672 515567 or email  bookings@arrowph.com

Devizes Taxis  Tel: 01380 723129 or Free Phone 0800 289904 

Marlborough Taxis Tel:- 01672 512786

Airport Connections Tel:- 01672 56476

*Bus services review - Save your buses. Please take part in the Questionnaire http://www.wiltshire.gov.uk/subsidised-bus-services-consultation.htm
Wiltshire Council is reviewing its Local Transport Plan (LTP) Public Transport Strategy and service delivery (i.e. Council supported bus services). The review is being undertaken because of continuing and growing pressures on the Council’s budgets that mean that funding is no longer available to continue delivering supported bus services at the level that was envisaged when the LTP was published in 2011.

The review of the Public Transport Strategy is part of a wider review of all areas of Wiltshire Council’s passenger transport remit (except rail and taxis). The wider review will include re-examining policy and spending in home-to-school and college transport, Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) transport and social care client transport.

As a first stage in the review, a pre-consultation exercise was undertaken during July and August 2015 to provide key stakeholders and partners (e.g. town councils and bus operators) with an opportunity to shape the scope of the review.

We are now keen to hear the views of bus users, residents, stakeholders and other interested parties to help us shape a new Public Transport Strategy. The Council has made no decisions as yet and would like to see how far you agree or disagree with the options presented in the consultation questionnaire available from http://consult.wiltshire.gov.uk/portal/ltp/wiltshire_local_transport_plan_-_public_transport_strategy_review

From the above link you can also obtain further information on the review including a PDF version of the questionnaire together with other review documents (including Frequently Asked Questions).

Paper copies of the questionnaire are also available on request by telephoning 0300 456 0100. Copies of the questionnaire will also be available: on buses operating Wiltshire Council contracted services; in libraries; and in main Council offices.

Questionnaire and comments need to be submitted by 5pm on 4 April 2016. 

The findings of the review and public consultation will be reported to the Council’s Cabinet in the summer of 2016. It will then be necessary to develop detailed implementation proposals. The timescale for this will depend on the nature of the changes approved by Cabinet and the lead time necessary for their implementation.

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