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Travel to Pindar Creative's Travel Plan Map
Travel to Pindar Creative's Travel Plan Map
Travel to Pindar Creative's Travel Plan Map
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Pindar Creative

At Pindar Creative we pride ourselves in establishing strong, long-term relationships with our customers and helping them improve their communications with their own customers through print or via the internet.

Originally part of Pindar plc and now a subsidiary of Halstan Holdings, we have developed a specialist service combining technology, experience and partnerships to maximise the effectiveness of publishing travel information across multi-channel domains.

Our ‘total solution’ approach has been specifically designed to handle all aspects of publicity and internet requirements from design, data capture, conversion and management, typesetting, cartography, page make-up, online publishing, through to print production, storage and distribution. We are able to provide all these services from within our group, so when your deadlines are inflexible or you have very specific requirements, we can respond immediately and ensure your job runs smoothly.

Our passion to design, create, gather, manage and produce content has set us apart from competitors for many years and, coupled with support from our highly-skilled and experienced employees, will continue to do so in the years to come.

Need a Sustainable Travel Plan for your company/premises?

We can design a Travel Plan specifically for your company or place of work, showing all modes of sustainable travel – public transport, cycling and walking. If you are interested, please contact us on: 01296 390100. For further information or to place an order via our website visit: http://travelplan-store.pindarcreative.co.uk To see our other services visit: www.pindarcreative.co.uk

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Travel by Bus

All bus routes to/from Aylesbury call at the Bus Station in the centre of town, while many also call at the Railway Station and the High Street.

Timetables for all routes serving Aylesbury are available on Buckinghamshire County Council's website at: www.buckscc.gov.uk

16 Steeple Claydon - Aylesbury Mon-Sat

Steeple Claydon (Marsh Gibbon) - Quainton - Waddesdon - Aylesbury Vale Parkway icon-rail - Henley's Roundabout Aylesbury Rail Station icon-railAylesbury Bus Station

Monday to Friday daytime every 60 minutes between Steeple Claydon and Aylesbury, with 2 journeys to Marsh Gibbon. Saturday daytime every 2 hours between Steeple Claydon and Aylesbury, with 2 journeys to Marsh Gibbon.

Operated by Red Rose Travel

17 Bicester - Aylesbury Daily

Bicester Town Centre - Bicester Village - Westcott - Waddesdon - Bicester Road - Henley's Roundabout - Aylesbury Bus Station - Aylesbury Rail Stationicon-rail

Monday to Sunday daytime every 90 minutes to 2 hours.

Operated by Red Rose Travel

55 Chesham - Aylesbury Mon-Fri

Chesham - Amersham - Great Missenden - Wendover - Stoke Mandeville - S. M. Hospital Aylesbury Rail Station icon-rail - Aylesbury TA Centre (only 1 return journey) - Aylesbury Bus Station

Monday to Friday daytime every 2 hours, evenings 1 return journey.

Operated by Arriva

61 Dunstable - Aylesbury Mon-Sat

Dunstable - Totternhoe - Eaton Bray - Edlesborough - Ivinghoe - Tring - Aston Clinton - Aylesbury Bus Station

Monday to Saturday daytime every 60-90 minutes.

Operated by Arriva

150 Milton Keynes - Aylesbury Daily

Milton Keynes - Leighton Buzzard - Wing - Wingrave - Bierton - Aylesbury Bus Station

Monday to Saturday daytime every 60 minutes.
Sunday daytime every 1-2 hours.

Operated by Arriva

280 Oxford - Aylesbury Daily

Milton Keynes - Leighton Buzzard - Wing - Wingrave - Bierton - Aylesbury Bus Station

Monday to Saturday daytime every 20-30 minutes, evenings 30-45 minutes.
Sunday 30-60 minutes.

Operated by Arriva

300 High Wycombe - Aylesbury Daily

High Wycombe - Naphill - Princes Risborough - Little Kimble - Stoke Mandeville - Stoke Mandeville Hospital - Aylesbury Rail Station icon-rail Aylesbury Bus Station

Monday to Saturday daytime every 15-20 minutes, evenings 60 minutes.
Sunday every 60 minutes.

Operated by Arriva

500 Watford - Aylesbury Mon-Sat

Watford - Kings Langley - Hemel Hempstead - Berkhamsted - Tring - Aston Clinton - Aylesbury Rail Station icon-rail Aylesbury Bus Station

Monday to Saturday daytime every 15-20 minutes, evenings 60 minutes.
Sunday every 60 minutes.

Operated by Arriva

Rainbow Routes Network - the Rainbow Routes are a colour-coded network of buses operating on average every 15-20 minutes between Aylesbury town centre and the estates surrounding the town. silver rider 1 , route 2 , orangeroute 3 , greenroute 4 , route 5 , water rider 6 , Pinkroute 8 , Redroute 9 and route 11 .

Travel by Train

A frequent service operates between London Marylebone and Aylesbury Station, stopping at several locations along the way including Harrow-on-the Hill and Amersham.

Approximate journey time is 65 minutes with some journeys continuing to Aylesbury Vale Parkway.

Trains also operate to Princes Risborough where you can connect with services to/from High Wycombe, Bicester North and Birmingham.

Trains operated by Chiltern Railways: www.chilternrailways.co.uk

Cycles are allowed on Chiltern Railways trains with certain exceptions at peak times and on parts of journeys. Please check operator information for details.

Travel by Bike

The Ruby cycle route is part of the Gemstone Cycle Network in Aylesbury and it passes along Gatehouse Road, near Alton House.

The Gemstone Cycle Network is safe, mostly off-road and easy to cycle. The routes connect residential areas around Aylesbury with the town centre. To download information on cycle routes visit: www.cycleaylesbury.co.uk

Cycling is a great way to stay fit and healthy as well as saving money – no petrol costs or queuing traffic!

Travel by Foot

Aylesbury Bus and Rail Stations - 0.8 miles (1.3 km), 17 minutes.
Nearest bus stops -

  • Henley's Roundabout Bicester Road - 0.3 miles (0.5 km), 7 minutes.
  • Aylesbury TA Centre Oxford Rd/Friarage Rd - 0.5 miles (0.8 km), 11 minutes.


Walking is great exercise - good for the heart, reducing the risk of many diseases and an excellent way of losing or maintaining weight.

Travel by Car

Finding your way to Pindar Creative’s offices by car is relatively simple. If you have a SatNav enter the postcode HP19 8XU. Alternatively if you are following a map please see below for suggested route options,


From north/north west via M40 – leave the M40 at junction 9 and follow signs for Bicester, and then Aylesbury (A41) ...


From M25 north – leave the M25 at junction 20 and follow signs for Aylesbury (A41) ...


From M25 south – at junction 16 of the M25, take the M40 (west) for approx. 4 miles, then leave the M40 at junction 2 and follow signs for Beaconsfield (A355) and then Aylesbury (A413) ...


From A34 south – a more straightforward route is to head north on the A34, past Oxford, to Bicester and then follow signs for Aylesbury (A41) ...


From M1/Milton Keynes – leave the M1 motorway at junction 14, follow signs for Milton Keynes/Leighton Buzzard (A4146), then Aylesbury (A418) ...


From M5/M4 – leave the M4 near Swindon and follow the A419, then A420 towards Oxford. As you near Oxford, take the A34 northwards to Bicester and then follow the A41 to Aylesbury ...


Pindar Creative actively promotes sustainable modes of travel. If the only viable option is travel by car, we encourage car sharing to make journeys more environmentally-friendly. Parking spaces will be made available for customer visits.

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