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

 

Support the Chatterbus by playing the Elmbridge Lottery

Play Elmbridge Community LotteryElmbridge Community Lottery is an exciting weekly lottery that raises money for good causes in Elmbridge. All good causes supported by the lottery will benefit Elmbridge and its residents.

Chatterbus has signed up to be one of the good causes, so you can play the Elmbridge Community Lottery and support the Chatterbus.

Tickets for the lottery cost just £1 per week. Each ticket has a 1 in 50 chance to win a prize each week, with a top prize of £25,000! That’s a better chance of winning than the National Lottery or the Health Lottery!

Chatterbus provides a vital link for those needing transport in the Cobham area. It links the Cobham town centre with the station and is the only bus serving the JobCentre (Weybridge) and Brooklands Retail Park from Cobham.

It offers free transport for jobseekers, users of the Foodbank and others. The charity is run entirely by volunteers and all the money raised will go towards improving the service for passengers.

For every ticket you buy Chatterbus gets 50p so please support us so we can continue to offer and even expand our service!

To sign up to play the lottery and nominate Chatterbus as your good cause, click on the button below to be taken to the Elmbridge Lottery website and be in with a chance to have a winning ticket on the first draw on Saturday 28th March 2020. Draws will then take place every Saturday.

Play the Elmbridge lottery and nominate Chatterbus as your good cause

Good Luck!

Jane and all the Chatterbus team

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Some of your Comments

"I’d like to report an astonishing effort from Steve [the driver] to return my dropped train ticket worth £200 to me. He called the pub I was in on Friday night, after I left the bus, and knocked on neighbours doors on both Saturday and Sunday knowing roughly where I lived. Then Monday morning he handed me my ticket as I got on the bus much to my shock – I had spent 20 minutes previously trying to find it. I will be buying him something to say thank you! "

TJ by email

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