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Exeter International Airport is located immediately adjacent to our southern boundary and enjoys excellent regular services and links to British and European business and holiday destinations.
Find out more and book flights, parking and check arrival/departure times here

Buses

Broadclyst Village has a good bus service (Stagecoach Route 1) between Exeter and Cullompton (to the north) that runs every 20 minutes during daytime hours. There is also a bus service the serves the south of the Parish (Stagecoach Route 4), running along the old A30, north of the airport and serving the new town of Cranbrook.
The bus timetable  can be downloaded here
Check other timetables and buy tickets online here

Nationwide free bus travel scheme – this was introduced on 1 April 2008. If you are 60 years old or over or eligible disabled, you will be able to travel for free on any off-peak local bus anywhere in England. The concession does not include national coaches. Leaflets and bus pass application forms are available in Tourist Information Centres throughout the Devon. Please check with operators before travelling.

Trains

The London - Exeter line boarders the Parish, with nearby stations at Pinhoe and Cranbrook for trains to London Waterloo and Exeter.

Change at Exeter for stations to the north of England, as well as the Exmouth and Barnstaple branch lines.

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Cars...or not!

Although served by 2 bus routes, if you live in the more remote areas of the parish a car is needed.  However, getting here is quick as the M5 goes through the Parish and is easily accessible from junction 29 at Clyst Honiton and 28 at Cullompton, which lies 5 miles to the north.

If you wish to explore the more rural areas of the parish why not take advantage of the good cycle routes from Exeter via the new bridge at Blackhorse in the south of the parish, or the Killerton cycle path which links Broadclyst to Killerton via a good surface with picturesque views.

Ashclyst forest, Danes woods and Killerton are popular areas to explore on foot, bike or horseback, with much to see along the way. Broadclyst parish has over 22 miles of public rights of way to explore, covering all sorts of terrain from tarmac paths in the main village to tracks, fields, moorland and woodland.

 

uses

Broadclyst Village has a good bus service between Exeter and Collumpton (to the north) that runs every 15 minutes. There is also a bus service the serves the south of the Parish, running along the old A30, north of the airport. Full details of the stops and times can be found from the Stagecoach website at http://www.stagecoachbus.com/

 

Nationwide free bus travel scheme – this was introduced on 1 April 2008. If you are 60 years old or over or eligible disabled, you will be able to travel for free on any off-peak local bus anywhere in England. The concession does not include national coaches. Leaflets and bus pass application forms are available in Tourist Information Centres throughout the Devon. If you are already a local pass holder, you do not need to do anything - a new pass covering the extended scheme will be sent to you automatically.If you have any enquiries, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone 01395 571500.

 

Cars

As with many rural areas, a car is needed to get to much of the Parish. However, getting here is quick as the M5 goes through the Parish with junctions at Clyst Honiton and also Cullompton, 4 miles to the north.

 

Trains

Although the London - Exeter line runs through the Parish, we've not had a station in the parish since Broadclyst station closed. Our nearest station is at Pinhoe for trains to London Waterloo and Exeter.

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