Car Free Day - Sunday 19th September

1 week ago Mon 13th Sep 2021

You can get a discount on a Family Anywhere Day ticket  when you purchase your ticket on our new, improved travel app this Sunday 19th September.

Leave the car at home and enjoy a great day out across Essex for just £5* with a Family Anywhere Day ticket.

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How do I claim the offer?

To enjoy our special travel offer this Sunday, passengers need to buy a m-ticket on the Hedingham and Chambers App using one of the following discount codes:

  •  Anywhere Family Day - CFDSEPT21

The discount ticket can only be used for travel on Sunday 19th September 2021. 

If you don’t already have an app account, don’t worry it's easy to sort.

Simply type Hedingham and Chambers into Google Play or Apple I-store and download onto your smart phone or tablet, then create yourself account.  

Head to tickets, select a family anywhere day ticket  and enter the discount code as you go into the checkout.

For more information about our Hedingham and Chambers app click here 

 

How many people can travel together on this ticket?

  • Anywhere Family Day Ticket allows 1 adult and up to 4 children or 2 adults and up to 3 children under 16 to travel by bus together. Normal price of ticket is £12.00 

 

Where do your bus services run on Sunday? 

  • Route 3    Harwich - Clacton

  • Route 4    Jaywick - Clacton

  • Route 5    Bocking's Elm - Clacton

  • Route 6A/6B    Point Clear - St Osyth - Clacton

  • Route 74    Colchester - Clacton

  • Route 97/98    Walton - Clacton

  • Route 137   Clacton Town Route serving Great Clacton, Shopping Village and Brook Retail Park

Enjoy great days out by bus

  •  Harwich for a host of maritime adventures at Landguard Fort, or the Ha-penny pier, take the foot boat over to Felixstowe, or a walk around the Lighthouses.

  •  Clacton to enjoy seafront rides and amusements to suit all ages, a trip to the Sealife centre or a stroll along the promenade. 

  •  Explore Colchester Town and Castle, its historic castle parks, a game of pitch and putt on the green or a spot of shopping at Lions Walk and Culver Square. 

  •  Walton on the Naze for fossil hunting and rock pooling at the beach before the weather turns cold for the winter. Then head up to the Naze Tower and nature reserve for a brisk coastal walk. 

  • St Osyth to follow the trail of Martello Towers spread out across the coastline from St Osyth Beach along to Walton on the Naze

Please check opening times and booking conditions direct with each attraction before you travel to avoid any disappointment.

So many great benefits to catching the bus

  • Fill a double decker bus and take many cars off the road

  • Ease city and town congestion by leaving your car at home

  • Increase your daily steps on route to your bus stop

  • Enjoy free time for you to catch up on the socials as you travel by bus

  • Save money on city centre parking 

  • Reduce your carbon footprint and what’s more, you can now view how many steps you have taken on our fabulous new app.

  • Help to combat loneliness by chatting to your fellow passengers – from a safe distance of course.

  • Improve your mental and physical health 

What is Car Free Day?

The first British Car Free Day was held in 1994 in Bath and has expanded  across the country, with many other large towns and cities getting involved.

Car Free Day was first introduced to show people how short trips in cities can often be reached more quickly by bike or by bus, rather than using a car.

The challenge is to ditch your car for the day and use sustainable modes of transport instead: like walking, cycling and catching the bus.

There are lots of places to visit and things to do, whether it's for families, groups of friends or couples - or you just want some time out on your own. 

World Car Free Day is Wednesday 22nd September 2021.