The Chatterbus, stopping at...

Cobham

 

The Chatterbus, stopping at...

Cobham & Stoke D'Abernon Railway Station

 

The Chatterbus, stopping at...

Oxshott

 

The Chatterbus, stopping at...

Downside

 

The Chatterbus, stopping at...

Brooklands Retail Park

 

The Chatterbus, stopping at...

Weybridge, Ship Hotel

 

Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ - General

 

Is Chatterbus a no-smoking area?

It is. No smoking is permitted on the bus.

Who should I talk to about my experiences using Chatterbus, good and bad?

Please send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or speak to the driver.

Will there be Wi-Fi Internet access on the bus?

No.

Are there plans for more Chatterbus services in the area?

Not at present – we must see how successful this bus is first!

Why is the service not operated by the local council, in the same way as other services?

Chatterbus is a local initiative, and it is more flexible than if it were operated by Surrey County Council.

Who are the Chatterbus sponsors and what do they contribute?

The sponsors are named on the bus and on the website. The amount they have contributed is commercially sensitive

Who is East Surrey Rural Transport Partnership? How is it different from Cobham Community Bus CIC?

  • Cobham Community CIC is the group of local people who have got together to form and manage this new service for the community.
  • ESRTP is the professional bus company appointed to operate the bus service by Cobham Community CIC. The company operate several other bus services in Surrey and was chosen after comparing several other bus operating companies.
  • The two organisations conform to the same principles.

If I miss my morning train connection because the bus is late do I get a ticket refund?

This is not normally the case on any bus service. You should look in advance at the Chatterbus Tracker page on this website to see where the bus is.

Can I get involved with the Chatterbus company?

Please contact us by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Why is the service called Chatterbus?

It was named to reflect the friendly, community aspect of the service.

Will Chatterbus be able to run if the driver reports in sick?

A replacement driver will be available so the bus should run as normal.

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