Travelling to Brock

Our Travel Provision 15/06/20 – 03/07/20

A revised bus provision will be available from Monday 15th June and Go South Coast have re-configured our buses to ensure social distancing is observed. Please follow all on-bus guidance and ensure you wear a face covering whilst travelling.

The C1, C2, C8, C13, C15, C18 & C19 buses will be in operation with all College buses arriving at Brockenhurst 0925 hrs and departing 1310 hrs.

Bus Timetables 15/06/20 – 03/07/20

The C2 service has been extended to include the Blackfield area (previously C4) and all C10 stops pre-New Milton (e.g. Somerford, Purewell, Highcliffe, etc.) have been incorporated into a revised C8 service.

Reduced single and return fares are payable on all services (contactless payment preferred). A fare chart has been provided below (NB: not all stops listed).

15/06/20 – 03/07/20 Fares

Please note the College is currently unable to provide rail passes for periods of less than a full term. Learners travelling by rail are advised to explore the 50% discount available with a 16-17 Saver Railcard (

Travelling to Brock

We are easily accessible by train or via our extensive bus network.

We are reviewing how best to tailor our 2020/21 provision to the needs of applicants and returning learners and will update this web page once details are finalised.

We aim to have bus and rail passes for the 2020/21 academic year available for purchase from late July. Instalment plans for both termly and full academic year passes will be available at no extra cost through the online BrockShop.

Please see ‘Useful Downloads’ below for indicative (i.e. 2019/20) travel costs, our standard bus timetables and the September 2019 travel guide.

Applicants seeking financial assistance from their Local Authority or a College bursary are advised to wait until they have their funding agreed before ordering a travel pass.


Travelling by bus

Our extensive bus network affords travel to Brockenhurst from Lymington, Bournemouth, Christchurch, Wimborne, Salisbury, Ringwood, Fordingbridge, Southampton, Totton and the Waterside plus numerous towns and villages in between. The Ringwood area is serviced by an additional lunchtime bus (C16).

Our bus provision is fulfilled by Go South Coast (GSC) and 2019/20 College bus passes were also valid for travel on the Blue Star 6, 8 & 9 and the More Bus X1/X2, X3 & X6 public services. For details please email




Travelling by train

Students under 18 should explore the new 16-17 Railcard ( The railcard affords a 50% discount on most ticket types (including single, return, weekly, monthly and season tickets) and costs just £30 per year.

Academic season (i.e. termly) passes from all stations within the South Western Railway network were available through the College for 2019/20.



Walking between the station and the College takes just 7 minutes

Travelling by car

2020/21 parking permits for our large student car park will be available via the online Brock Shop from August 2020 at a cost £75.

A one-way system is in place – all drivers must enter the site via the main College entrance and leave via North Road.


Travel for International Students

International students who will be completing a full academic year at the College will have a travel pass included in their fees, this may differ for those only completing a short term course.

You can check your entitlement below.



Parents wishing to report absences can do so by emailing or calling.

01590 625530

Travel enquiries

01590 625533