P&R services at Enderby and Meynell's Gorse will resume from 1st June 2020. A range of measures will be in place to enable sites to reopen safely. Birstall remains closed until further notice.
The bus companies who operate in Leicestershire and Leicester are as follows:
- Arriva Midlands
- Arriva Click
- First Leicester
- Skylink Leicester – Derby (Kinchbus service from the city centre to East Midlands Airport)
- National Express
- Travel de Courcey
- Paul S Winson
- Roberts Travel Group
- Beaver Bus
- Trent Barton
- Hinckley Bus
- Please contact each company directly for information about fares.
Bus services to East Midlands Airport
East Midlands Airport is easily accessible by public transport. A whole range of direct bus services make it quick and convenient to get to the airport from Leicester, Derby, Nottingham, Loughborough, Shepshed, Coalville and Long Eaton up to every 20 minutes, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Queries relating to the Skylink and my15 (Trentbarton) services should be made via Kinchbus and Trentbarton customer service teams, all the details for which can be found at:
Queries relating to the Midland Classic 9 service should be made via Midland Classic customer service teams, all the details for which can be found at:
Leicester Hospital Hopper bus service
- The service is ideal for passengers who want to get around Leicester, whether they be a patient or visitor to the hospitals, a commuter requiring the rail station, or just getting out for shopping or leisure in the city. As well as providing a quick and direct link to Hamilton and Beaumont Leys shopping centres, the Hopper has convenient stops for the city centre itself. Anyone is welcome on the Hopper, whether travelling to hospital or not.
- The ‘UHL Hospital Hopper’, operated by Centrebus, runs between Leicester’s 3 main hospitals every 30 minutes from Monday to Friday. The service links the Leicester Royal Infirmary, Leicester General Hospital and Glenfield Hospital with Beaumont Leys Centre, Hamilton Centre, Leicester Railway Station and St Nicholas Circle (adjacent Jubilee Square).
Well done to all of our #Leicestershire schools that have completed their #Bikeability training this year 🚲 Whilst we are sad that we didn't get to celebrate this year, we look forward to next year. Bring on Schools Ride 2021! 🥳🎉
As the Schools' Ride is a celebration, it is only fitting that we hand out certificates for taking part! 🏆🏅 This year, we would like to congratulate all #Leicester and #Leicestershire schools who completed their Level 2 @BikeabilityUK training! 👏
At the Schools' Ride, we are never short of entertainment😀 In recent years we have had comedy from @ComedyClub4Kids, appearances by Strider from @livingstreets, and the crew from Extreme Mountain Bike Show @dannybutler1986 🚴♂️ And look at all those bikes! 🚲🚲 #SchoolsRide2020
🚲In recent years, Filbert Fox 🦊 has led our Schools' Ride from Bede Park to @LeicsCathedral. Our friends at @ATCLeicester are always on hand to help us to safely navigate through the city centre! Look at the glorious sunshine we have had in previous years!☀️ #SchoolsRide2020
All of our school groups usually gather in #Leicester's Bede Park, where we are often joined by @CentralLeicsNPA who help us cycle through the city safely 👮🚲 Our friend, @LCFC Filbert Fox 🦊is also there to greet us! #SchoolsRide2020