Granby and Sutton is serviced by 2 buses:
The No 22 runs pretty much every hour during the day. It turns around at Sutton, and comes through Granby, on the way to Nottingham. It takes around an hour to get to Nottingham. You can catch the bus from the main road in Sutton, or on Main Street in Granby. The bus times are printed on the bus-stop, or you can find a full timetable here:
No 53E – this serves Granby in the evenings, on a request basis. You need to travel via Bingham, using the Red1 bus service between Nottingham and Bingham Market Place. This then links with the 53E service.
How does it work?
The evening service between Nottingham and Bingham is the Red1. When the Red1 arrives in Bingham, it changes to the 53E and does the circuit of the villages (see below). It then changes back to the Red1 on arrival in Bingham, to return to Nottingham. So, as it’s the same bus, there’s no danger of missing the connection!
Click on the lnks below for more detailed info on the routes and timetables:
Here’s a summary of the timetable:
Note: ‘R’ means the bus will stop on request only – so please tell the driver where you want to get off.
|Nottingham Friar Lane, F2||1900||2000||2100||2200||2300|
|Arr Bingham Market Place||1930||2030||2130||2230||2330|
|Dep Bingham Market Place||1932||2032||2132||2232||2342|
|Arrive Bingham Market Place||2010||2110||2210||—-||—-|
|Dep Bingham Market Place||2015||2115||2215||—-||—-|
|Nottingham Friar Lane, F2||2052||2152||2252||—-||—-|
No 24 Melton – Bingham
Runs between Melton and Bingham (via Granby) every 2 hours during the day
No 55 Bottersford – Bingham
Runs between Bottesford and Bingham (via Elton) hourly during the day
Click below for more details: