Transport

Travelling to College

The majority of our students travel to The Henley College every day on public buses and trains as well as coaches subsidised by the college. There are numerous public bus routes with frequent services which connect Henley to local towns and villages, together with a railway station connecting Henley to Reading, Maidenhead, Slough, London and many other destinations via Twyford. 

College-run coaches:

The Henley College operates coaches within Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire. Please visit the College Coaches page for further information. 

Students at the college must wear their college lanyard at all times on campus and they will need it to board college coaches. If a student forgets or loses their lanyard they will need to buy a new one from Deanfield Reception. 

Public transport:

Please visit our website for further information on concession tickets which will save our students money on travel:

Rail:

16-17 Saver Railcard & train timetable

Public bus:

Arriva (800/850)

South Ox Zone (Thames Travel X38/X39/X40)

Students requiring financial assistance with their travel costs may be eligible for a bursary and many students successfully apply for this support each year to obtain a concession on the cost of travel. Please visit the Bursary Fund page for further information.

Driving by car:

If you decide to drive to the College, an offsite car park provides limited car parking for students. A permit is required for this site and available at a very low cost. Students are generally discouraged from driving to College for practical and safety reasons. Unless a student has a disability or access issue, there is strictly no parking available on the College sites and the Rotherfield site should not be accessed by car. Please visit Deanfield Reception for further information. 

 

 

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