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Keeping you safely on the road since 1960

We take pride in getting you there on time, come rain or shine. We understand what an inconvenience it can be when you are without transport so we ensure our bus services are reliable and affordable for all.

If you would like to learn more about the bus services Swanbrook offers, please call us today on:

01452 712386 

We believe our customers should be able to board our buses with ease. The majority of our services are operated with easy-access modern SLF buses. These are wheelchair and buggy friendly, with no entrance steps to negotiate.


Due to the distance travelled and the requirement for luggage capacity, our Service No. 853 bus is operated with coach specification vehicles; so entrance steps do need to be negotiated. We have trained all our drivers so they will be able to provide assistance – should you require.

We have easy access on our buses

For day trips to Oxford we run an ever popular bus service from Gloucester and Cheltenham to Oxford. We see the number 853 as our flagship bus service. It is the only direct link along the A40 between these vibrant urban centres.


The number 853 has been running for over 25 years and is ideal if you are planning a day shopping or a visit to Oxford’s famous attractions. With the covered market and romantic punt trips on offer there is something to do for everyone. For more information, please click here.

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Transport for education, shops and match day

Aside from our regular bus routes, we also offer a range of transport services for schools, colleges and a selection of useful journeys for shopping and football matches. These include student runs to Churchdown School and Hartpury College. Click here for more details.

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Photo by Colin Martin

Photo by Colin Martin