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You can use the grid on this map in conjunction with the map references in the Whitehill and Bordon Community Directory to find some of the organisations serving the local community. The directory can be downloaded from whitehillbordon.com

Bus and coach services 28

Community transport

Monday to Saturday (1000-1400)


Call & Go Bus Service

Whitehill & Bordon Town Bus Service Hourly

No service on Sundays or public holidays.

Walking for health

Short, safe and sociable walks in your local area. East Hampshire Walking for Health is free to attend and suitable for people of all abilities, from beginners to more experienced walkers. All walks are led by trained walk leaders who are there to offer information and support on the walk. Area

Day/time of walk

Meeting place

Other information


Wednesday 10.30am

Headley Village Hall

1-1.5 hours covering 2-3 miles

Whitehill & Bordon

Monday at 10.30am

Whitehill Village Hall

Two one hour walks each at a different pace

For more information, please call 01730 234231 or 01730 234387 or visit walkingforhealth.org.uk/walkfinder/east-hampshire-walking-for-health. A wide range of events and activities are organised involving the community. Visit princephilippark.co.uk/events/event-calendar/ to see what is going on or wbcommunitytrust.co.uk/

Help to look after our protected areas

Around Whitehill & Bordon there are six environmental sites of European importance that require safeguarding. These valuable heathland and wooded habitats, including Broxhead Common and Woolmer Forest, are home to ground-nesting birds and all 12 of the U.K.’s native amphibians and reptiles. Many residents already value these areas but with the rising population, we encourage you to follow designated footpaths such as the Green Loop and to use the new green spaces including Bordon and Hogmoor Inclosures.

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Operated by Stagecoach

Basingstoke – Alton – Liphook - Haslemere

Monday to Saturday (0630-1950)


No service on Sundays or public holidays. There is no service between Whitehill and Liphook on Saturdays.


Operated by Stagecoach

Bordon – Farnham – Aldershot

Monday to Friday (0600-2100)


Saturday (0700-2100)


Sunday (0745-2000)

Two hourly Operated by Stagecoach

For up-to-date bus times, please visit myjourneyhampshire.com

Transport helplines AMK – 01428 751675 Call & Go – 01420 475759 Stagecoach – 0345 121 0190

Traveline – 0871 200 22 33 National Rail – 08457 48 49 50 National Express – 08717 818181

Wheels to work Wheels to Work Moped Loan Scheme offers access to a 50cc or 125cc moped for three to 12 months for people with limited transport options or unsociable working hours. The moped is fully taxed and insured. You will need to pay a weekly hire charge of between £17-£20 depending on your age and the type of moped you hire.

Bordon Oakhanger Sports Centre Pavilion

You will also be provided: Try our online journey planner Plan your next journey using our new journey planner and compare trips by bike, bus, on foot and by car to save time and money. myjourneyhampshire.com/journeyplanner info@myjourneyhampshire.com @MyJourneyHants myjourneyhants


Inclosure Hogmoor lay Area Natural P

Pond in

• Helmet, gloves and high visibility jacket • CBT test paid for by W2W

or Inclo


Cycling Cycling is an easy and effective way of getting around. Not only is it a fun, sociable and healthy activity, it can help you save money on fuel and parking costs and reduce your carbon footprint. What’s more, cycling in towns is often faster than other means of transport.

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For more information, visit myjourneyhampshire.com/ wheels-work or email mopedloan@cfnf.org.uk Centre

The My Journey website gives information on clubs and rides near you, skill sessions, how to maintain your bike and top tips for cycling. Hampshire offers a huge variety of cycling opportunities. For more information on cycling in Hampshire visit myjourneyhampshire.com/cycle

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A bookable bus service for anyone who meets the following criteria: • Live more than 400 metres from an available bus stop. • Does not have access to a car and there is no bus service running when you need to travel. • Be disabled or have a mobility or sensory impairment which makes using buses difficult. Call & Go minibuses are specially adapted with handrails and low steps to help passengers. Each vehicle is equipped with a lift or ramp to assist wheelchair and walking frame users and people carrying children in pushchairs. The East Hampshire Call & Go service operates on Tuesday mornings and serves Grayshott, Headley Down, Arford, Headley, Lindford, Whitehill & Bordon, East Worldham and Oakhanger. You need to register to use the service and phone to book your journey. For more information, call 01420 475759 or visit cfirst.org.uk/transport/individuals/ call-and-go-and-dial-a-ride/

Voluntary Car Transport

A network of Voluntary Care Groups operate throughout the district. These groups offer a variety of services including voluntary car transport. Volunteers use their own cars to transport people who find it difficult to use public transport. Journeys are usually local, although this will vary according to the care group. For further information please contact the organisations listed below: Bordon & Whitehill Community Car Service – 01420 473636 Community Transport East Hampshire – 01420 475759 Grayshott Community Care Group – 01428 606401 Headley Voluntary Care Group – 01428 717389


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Whitehill & Bordon Smarter Travel Guide  

Use this guide to make travelling around Whitehill & Bordon easier, healthier and more convenient.

Whitehill & Bordon Smarter Travel Guide  

Use this guide to make travelling around Whitehill & Bordon easier, healthier and more convenient.