***NEW TIMETABLE: New Timetable from Monday 9th July. We listened to you and extended some of our routes. Timetables are available on the bus or on this website***

OurBus Bartons was established in 2016, by a group of dedicated volunteers responding to cuts that left their local community without public transport, and the twin spectres of rural isolation and stagnation looming. OurBus Bartons provides a scheduled weekday bus service along nine routes linking our local community with transport hubs in larger villages, health centres and supermarkets. After a successful first year, a second vehicle was added. OurBus Bartons is available to hire most evenings and weekends and is always happy to receive donations or support from volunteers!.

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  • 10,000 and not out!

    June18 - Julie Rogers was our 10,000th passenger in just under two years!

  • 'From the Ground Up'

    March 18 - We have been featured in the Spring edition of The Community Transport Association's Journal, Together. Read the full article on our news page.

  • At the forefront of National issues

    Jan 2018 - Great to welcome Transport Minister Jesse Norman MP & Robert Courts MP to visit Our Bus Bartons, to celebrate our wonderful achievement and discuss the future, including how they can support us and others.

  • Our new electric sign!

    You told it is difficult to see OurBus coming in the dark Winter months - so, thanks to the generous support from , we have bought this sign!

  • Our 1st Birthday Party

    This was a chance for passengers, volunteers and friends to celebrate our successful first year!

  • Our New Bus!

    Introducing our new 2nd vehicle. Covering our main bus and expanding our hire capacity to 30!

  • Deddington Farmers' Market

    We're entering an exciting new partnership!

OurBus Bartons
OurBus Bartons aims to "provide transport facilities for those Residents of The Bartons and surrounding villages who have difficulty in using public transport because of age, sickness, mental or physical disability, poverty, or because of the lack of availability of adequate and safe public transport services".