New stops for Uttlesford Buffy Playbus

09:41 10 January 2014

The Buffy Playbus

The Buffy Playbus


Three new stops have been added to a revised Uttlesford Buffy Bus timetable this term.

The playbus makes 15 stops a week, providing early years’ activities for pre-school children and their carers in rural and isolated communities.

It has a new stop on Thursday at Watch House Green, Felsted from 11am-12.30pm.

And there are two new stops on Friday: at Finchingfield Road, Great Sampford from 9.20-10.30am; and at The Bell Inn, Wendens Ambo from 1.30-3pm.

Organisers suggest a donation of £2 for a child and £3 for a family (more than one child) for each Playbus session.

For more information about the playbus, visit or call 01799 01799 522130.



• Saffron Walden, Cromwell Road – 9.15am-10.30am

• Great Chesterford, Jacksons Lane – 11am-12.15pm

• Carver Barracks - 1.30pm – 3pm


• Hatfield Heath, The Heath – 9.30am-11am

• Takeley, Station House – 11.30am-12.30pm

• Thaxted, Bardfield Road – 1.45pm-3pm


• Newport, Cherry Garden Lane – 9.15am-10.30am

• Stansted, Walson Way, Forest Hall Park – 11am-12.30pm

• Elsenham, De Mandeville Road – 1.30pm-3pm


• Little Dunmow, Baynard Avenue, Flitch Green – 9.15am-10.45am

• Felsted, Watch House Green – 11am-12.30pm

• Takeley, Warwick Road, Little Canfield – 1.30pm-3pm


• Great Sampford, Finchingfield Road – 9.20am-10.30am

• Ashdon, Church Fields – 11am-12.30pm

• Wendens Ambo, Bell Inn car park – 1.30pm-3pm


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