Flexible community transport

Flexible community transport

The villages between Long Hanborough and Standlake have a bus service again at last!

Bringing community transport to you

We are a group of highly motivated individuals from a variety of backgrounds, united by our passion for improving public transport.
On January 4th 2022 a new community bus service First and Last Mile started up in West Oxfordshire, serving the villages between Long Hanborough and Standlake, via Eynsham, where it links with the regular S1, S2 and H2 routes into Witney, Oxford and beyond.

There are two First and Last Mile routes: the 411, running from Long Hanborough station, into Church Hanborough and through Freeland, to Eynsham Church via Spareacre Lane; and the 418 from Standlake, running via Northmoor, Bablock Hythe, Stanton Harcourt and Sutton to Eynsham Church.

The same bus service runs both routes without the need for changing buses.

Our minibuses were named and our logos designed by local schoolchildren


If you would like to volunteer in any capacity, please contact us.


We're grateful for donations of any size, find out here the many ways you could help.

Season Ticket

Frequent travellers can find out here how to purchase a season ticket.

What our passengers say

  • "It is a wonderful community service run by wonderful volunteers. Thank you to them all."

  • "Great access to school and reliable bus to villages around me."

  • "Brilliant initiative, invaluable in connecting us to hanborough train station and the cotswolds"

  • "It's my lifeline. without the service I would be completely isolated, unless. I pay for expensive taxis. An absolute godsend"

  • "It’s very nice to be able to be able to go out and leave the car at home."

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