Apply for a bus pass, view local bus routes and find out more about local bus services on the Northamptonshire County Council website.
County Connect is an ‘on demand’ rural public transport service run by Northamptonshire County
Council. Rather than fixed timetables, people wishing to use the service can phone up to a week in advance to make a booking.
For more information, phone 0345 4564474 or visit the CountyConnect website
Daventry District is served by a railway station in Long Buckby, offering passenger services on the Midland loop of the West Coast Main Line. Birmingham New Street is around one hour away, as is London Euston. Get train times and tickets
Community transport services
There are various community transport schemes that run in Daventry District. You can find out more from Northamptonshire County Council
Daventry Area Community Transport (DACT)
DACT is a charitable organisation set up in 1993. Today it operates a fleet of seven minibuses backed by 170 volunteer drivers, providing a community transport service covering the 267 square miles that make up Daventry District.
To find out more, visit www.dact.btck.co.uk or phone 01327 701666, 312555 (Shopmobility) or email email@example.com
Lilbourne Village Bus
Lilbourne Village Bus carries children from the village to school daily and runs trips to Rugby three times a week but is also available for private hire. For more information phone 07737 377825, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.lilbourne.com
Liftshare is the UK's largest car sharing community. To find a lift share, simply register for free and input the details of your journey. The database then throws up other people in the same area making the same/similar journeys – and allows you to get together via email.