- Published: Wednesday, 13 December 2017 22:14
As Christmas draws near, Chatterbus users are reaping the benefits of shopping without the parking headaches. Don’t forget that the Chatterbus route serves several excellent shopping spots – as well as Cobham High Street and Brooklands Retail Park, the bus calls at the Cobham Sainsbury’s Superstore and the gate of Painshill Park with its gift shop and Santa’s Grotto – while Cobham Station gives access to major towns. On Saturdays, Chatterbus visits Leatherhead via Fetcham. Check the timetables via the Timetables page for details of times and the main bus stops.
The Christmas and New Year timetable is as follows:
|Sat 23rd Dec 2017||normal Saturday service|
|Sun 24th Dec||no service|
|Mon 25th Dec - Christmas Day||no service|
|Tues 26th Dec - Boxing Day||no service|
|Weds 27th Dec||normal weekday service|
|Thurs 28th Dec||normal weekday service|
|Fri 29th Dec||normal weekday service|
|Sat 30th Dec||normal Saturday service|
|Sun 31st Dec||no service|
|Mon 1st Jan 2018 - New Years Day||no service|
|Tues 2nd Jan||normal weekday service|
We wish you all a very happy Christmas.
The Chatterbus Team
- Published: Monday, 27 November 2017 23:14
Chatterbus funds received a vital boost this week (22nd Nov 2017) as representatives of McCarthy and Stone and Levanter presented Chatterbus CIO Vice-Chairman and Surrey County Councillor for Cobham, Mary Lewis, with a cheque for £8000.
McCarthy and Stone has become an important presence in Cobham with its development of retirement flats in the High Street.
"Chatterbus has become a key way in which many of Cobham's older residents are able to get around for shopping, visiting friends and appointments," said Mary. "McCarthy and Stone and their local developer, Levanter Properties have recognised this and we are very grateful for this generous contribution. It will ensure that the bus is kept on the road for several months longer!"
- Published: Sunday, 19 November 2017 18:14
Over 70 Chatterbus supporters converged on the Majestic Wine Warehouse in Cobham on Friday to taste gins from seven boutique distillers. They heard seven very different stories, not only about how their gins are made but also the very different ways in which they came into the industry.
A wonderful £1400 was raised – a big thank you to Cobham Majestic for hosting the event and to Sipsmith, Mews, Silent Pool, Chilgrove, Old Bakery, Brilliant and Gorilla Gins. Everyone hopes it will become a regular event!