Connecting Communities Babergh is supported by Suffolk County Council
and operated by Hadleigh Community Transport.
If you are having difficulty getting where you want via scheduled bus or train services Connecting Communities Babergh provides convenient options for connections between your village and other destinations.
If you need to go further you can use the service to link up with an onward bus or train service.
This personalised and convenient service will cost the same as a bus fare!
How does Connecting Communities Babergh work?
It is a pre-booked service operating daily, Monday to Saturday from 0700 - 1900. Journeys may be booked for travel between the following villages: Aldham, Chattisham, Duke Street, Edwardstone, Elmsett, Flowton, Groton, Kersey, Lower Layham, Lower Raydon, Semer, Shelley, Polstead and Whatfield or into Hadleigh where connections may be made for onward travel.
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Connecting Communities Babergh will also connect with the 91 Ipswich/Sudbury service at
Booking: Telephone 01473 826242 between 8.30am and 2.30pm, Monday to Friday, to book your journey. It is advised to book a minimum of one day before the day you want to travel to avoid disappointment.
Please Note: Polstead Parish Council made representations to Suffolk CC and, as a result,
All Polstead residents are entitled to use Connecting Communities Babergh