Welcome to the Redlands Grange Travel Plan Site. We’re here to help you utilise the best of your area, be that shops, facilities or public transport.
This page is designed for you! Think of this page as your one stop shop for all the latest, up to date information regarding travel and your local area. On this page you can find information on:
- Local Shops and centres
- Bus stops and timetables
- Train station and timetables
- Cycle routes
- Events on in your local area
- Local travel news
Much of the information is provided through direct links to other websites, ensuring that the information we give, and you use, is up to date.
The accessibility map below highlights all of the major amenities and points of interest that can be found in your local area.
Emsworth Town Centre is located approximately 1.6km away and is host to a wide array of facilities including pharmacies, restaurants, a library and a post office. The most common ways of travelling to the town centre is by walking (19 minutes), cycling (5 minutes) and bus (4 minutes).
The neighbouring village of Westbourne is located a convenient 3 minute cycle from Redlands Grange. It provides a wide variety of services including a doctors surgery, pharmacies, restaurants and a post office.
For more information about what is available in your local area take a look at Emsworth’s website here.
The Southleigh Roundabout bus stop is your nearest bus stop and is located a short 2 minute walk south west of Skylark Avenue.
This stop has a number of services running from it, which provide direct routes to Havant, Denvilles and Rowlands Castle. The services from this stop are run by First and Emsworth & District. Full service updates and timetable information can be found on their website.
A journey to Denvilles has approximately 5 minutes, Havant 12 minutes and Leigh Park lasts 17 minutes, making the bus an easy and efficient way of commuting.
Emsworth Railway Station is a 17 minute walk or 5 minute cycle from Redlands Grange. The train station contains a selection of facilities to make for easy, safe and convenient travelling. Facilities include: Toilets, Ticket Office, CCTV, Customer Help Points and car and cycle parking.
Emsworth Railway Station provides direct routes to:
Portsmouth (20 minutes)
Worthing (35 minutes)
Eastleigh (40 minutes)
Southampton Central (45 minutes)
Brighton (1 hour)
London Victoria (1 hour 40)
With services from this station running twice per hour, the train is the perfect way to travel to work or a weekend trip to London! For detailed and up to date train journey information for Emsworth Station, click here.
To ensure that your travel is not disrupted make sure to keep up to date with the live departure information by clicking here.
Why not switch 4 wheels to 2 and cycle to work, for exercise or just for fun. Havant Borough Council have devised a map highlighting all the best cycling routes in your local area along with details on all local cycle facilities. Take a look at it here.
In addition, the helpful map found on Sustrans shows the National Cycle Routes (NCR) in the surrounding area. The green routes show traffic free routes, whereas the purple routes are on-road. The NCR 2 connects to numerous surrounding areas including Hermitage, Chichester and Bognor Regis.
With so many great cycling routes on your doorstep why not put on your cycle helmet and get active!
See what’s going on in your local area. A full list of events in Emmsworth can be found here.
To find events further afield, why not take a look at the events planned in Hampshire too. Click on the link to find out more https://www.visit-hampshire.co.uk/whats-on
See if you can add any of these events to your calendar. You’ll get to know your local area, or just have a bit of fun, and for some join in on international events!
Local Travel News
Stay up to date with the local travel news by taking a look at the travel links below:
National Rail Enquiries – To search for engineering works on rail routes. Search via route or operator e.g. Southern.
MyJourney – This includes a journey planner which allows you to compare travel by different modes. If you are planning a longer distance trip it might be more appropriate to use Traveline (www.traveline.info) which is a national journey planner allowing you to plan door-to-door travel using public transport.
CycleStreets Journey Planner – This is an online service dedicated to cyclists. It knows all the shortcuts, and the route takes account of steepness and congestion. The results can even be downloaded to a GPS / SatNav device so they can be followed whilst travelling.
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