The nearest bus stops for the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital are:
1.On the hospital site by the main outpatient entrance and now also from the back of the hospital outside the Treatment Centre– the Shrewsbury Town bus service (No. 11 Arriva Service from Shrewsbury Bus Station) calls here. This service runs every 15 minutes.
2. Adjacent to the hospital site on Mytton Oak Road – several county bus services stop here, including:
- 74 Shrewsbury-Ford-Llanymynech-Llanfyllin
- 553 Shrewsbury-Bishop’s Castle via Hanwood, Pontesbury, Minsterley and Lydham – provided by Minsterley Motors.
- 558 Shrewsbury-Montgomery via Chirbury, Worthen and Yockleton – provided by Tanat Valley Coaches.
- X75 Shrewsbury-Rhayadar via Ford, Welshpool, Newtown, Caersws, Llandinam and Llanidloes – provided by Celtic Travel
3. X70 & 70 To the North of the hospital on the Welshpool Road is the Oxon Priory Stop. This is a 15 minute walk to the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital, Oswestry to Shrewsbury.
4. 12 – Shrewsbury to Kingswood Estate and Merlin road. You can access the hospital via Westhope Avenue on this route.
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Simply get on the bus, ask the driver for your desired ticket and pay contactless!
Mytravelpass is a Welsh Government run scheme whereby any young person aged 16 - 21 can recieve at least a third off all bus travel in Wales!
All you have to do is apply on online here and the pass will be with you in 10 working days. Once you have received your pass, just show it to the driver on your bus!
All you need to apply is a Welsh address and a suitable photograph to upload.
You can find out more about the pass here.
You can use your Welsh Concessionary Bus Pass on all local bus services in Wales. You cannot use your Welsh pass for travel in England and you cannot use your English pass for travel in Wales.
Please be aware that your concessionary pass cannot be used on coach services such as National Express or Megabus. National Express do offer a Senior Coachcard for people over 60, which you can find more details here by clicking here.
More information on concessionary travel can be found here.
Non-Emergency Patient Transport Service
The Non-Emergency Patient Transport Service is for patients across Wales who are unable for medical reasons, to make their own way to and from their hospital appointments.
It is a vital resource to help those patients who need and rely on it and it should not be used as an alternative to other means of getting to appointments.
Please note that a need for treatment does not automatically imply a need for transport. There is an eligibility process that all patients are required to go through to ensure the service can be offered to them.
For patients who are found non eligible, our Alternative Transport Team can discuss transport options in your area, that may be able to help.
Please click here to see if you are eligible