Welcome to our website
Rambling in the Park? Walking in the Valley?
Ambling round the Villages? Visiting the Attractions?
Travelling to Alfriston...or just Soaking up the Scenery?
The 47 Cuckmere Valley Ramblerbus
Operates until Sunday 28 October 2018 - but note...
..NEW timetable from Sunday 20th May
Service 125 Lewes - Glynde - Alfriston - Polegate -
Eastbourne operates Saturdays all year round
Service 126 Seaford - Alfriston - Polegate - Eastbourne
operates Sundays & Bank Holiday Mondays all year round
For details please visit our
Our Vision is being the Community Bus Service of choice in our area.
Our Mission is providing a safe, reliable and courteous local bus, serving those
rural and urban communities in our part of East Sussex not served by the commercial bus companies.
Our buses have been serving the communities of the Cuckmere Valley in beautiful East Sussex
since 1976, taking people to their nearest towns for shopping, for appointments, or for pleasure.
We provide transport links to many villages including Alfriston, Ripe, Waldron, East Dean and
Polegate and we also operate Town Bus services in Hailsham & Seaford as well as
Leisure Services through the South Downs National Park.
Everyone in our organisation is a volunteer and keen to look after you - try us one day!
Our 16-seater minibuses are available for
Private Hire at very competitive rates.
Timetable changes from 16 September
There are major changes to our Hailsham Town services and Service 42.
We regret that Service 43 is withdrawn. There are minor changes to
Compass Travel journeys on services 125 and 126. For full details please see our
Latest News page.
Winter Timetable booklet
Download our booklet, valid from 16 September:
Winter Timetable booklet (2MB)
Cuckmere Buses on Hailsham FM
Listen to the interview by following the link from our
Latest News page.
Cuckmere Community Bus awarded Power to Change grant
Read our press release.
Currently there are no service disruptions expected.
Please check our
disruption page and
for disruption to our services during severe weather.
Site last updated
15 October 2018