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Welcome to Sutton Community Transport. We’re a Sutton based community transport charity and have been helping people in Sutton Borough since 1998.
Our core mission is “to provide accessible transport and training for the communities of the London Borough of Sutton and its neighbours, to facilitate social inclusion.”
In short our view is that…
Transport + Training = Enabling Why? Because Transport Matters!
Our Trustees have just celebrated 22 years of our charity making a difference in Sutton.
Sutton Community Transport Charity Company trading as
Sutton Community Transport
A Company Limited by Guarantee Registered Number 3442698
Registered Charity Number 1068427
V.A.T. Registration Number: 974-8561-66
Our offices and depot are located at:
Unit 3, Brookmead Industrial Estate, Jessops Way,
Croydon CR0 4TS
Telephone 020 8683 3944
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The easiest way to reach our depot is by tram to Beddington Lane on the frequent service between Wimbledon and Croydon. Easy interchange is available at Mitcham Junction for trains to/from Dorking, Epsom, Cheam, Sutton, Carshalton, Hackbridge and London.
We are 2 minutes from the Beddington Lane Tramstop (walk down to the main road, Beddington Lane, turn right if you are coming from Mitcham or turn left if you have come from Croydon. Then take the first right off the main road – that’s Jessops Way. Go first right again and you are in the Brookmead Industrial estate and there is our depot!
Bus 463 (Coulsdon, Wallington and Beddington to Pollards Hill) stops at the end of the road to Brookmead Estate.
Bus 264 from Tooting and Mitcham stops at the top of Beddington Lane (about 7 minutes walk)
By PRIVATE TRANSPORT
The area is flat and a passable cycle ride either from Beddington or across open country from Mitcham Junction and Hackbridge
There are two ways to SCT.
Via Wallington – take the Croydon Road and go into the left hand lane at the Plough traffic lights (signposted Beddington) and go along Beddington Lane (quite a way – about a mile) till you see the tram line which is Beddington Lane tram stop – just before this turn into Jessops Way and turn immediately right and you will be able to see the buses
Via Mitcham Junction can be a bit slower. Go over the tram/railway bridge and at the very busy roundabout go almost right round it and take the Croydon road. Turn right at the traffic lights about a mile down the road, go along the lane (loads of big lorries and our buses!), over the tram line and first right into Jessops Way (allow a good 15min between Mitcham Junction and the depot at rush hours/school times).