Moorsbus is a seasonal network of buses, providing access to and around the North York Moors.
It’s run by Moorsbus CIC (an entirely voluntary team) with buses provided by trusted local operators. They’ve just hit the road again with more frequent services and more connections every Saturday and Sunday until the end of September.
This year they have a Sunday service from Stockton and Yarm, connecting at Stokesley with a choice of routes to Helmsley – directly down Bilsdale, through Rievaulx, and then to the Visitor Centre at Sutton Bank, or through Northallerton, Thirsk, Coxwold and Ampleforth.
There are also two new ticket types this year: a Family Moors Rover providing all day travel for just £15 (up to 2 adults and 4 children) and a Young Person’s Rover at just £2.50. English National Concessionary Travel Passes are accepted on all our services.
It’s a great opportunity to enjoy the fantastic countryside on our doorstep after months of incarceration, and it’s a greener way to travel – to visit local attractions, explore new areas and improve our health and well-being.
Pick up a timetable booklet from the library or on the bus. More information, including ideas for days out and short walks, on our website: www.moorsbus.org.