Frequently asked questions
How much are tickets online? £20.75 pp
What time does it start & finish? 11am to 10pm.
Where do I buy a ticket from? Here or at your local pub soon.
When do I need to catch the bus? Whenever you want between 11am and 10pm. A timetable will be available, but usually every 30 to 45 minutes a bus will appear at a pub. If you want to miss it and get the next one, you can do. Just leave enough time to get to all the pubs you want to visit.
Where do I catch the bus? From all participating pubs.
What do I do when I want to go home? No problem. Jump on the bus to take you back to where you started.
Can I drink on the bus too? Nope. The bus is just for transport and singing not for drinking.
Can I go back the way I came? Err no. The bus travels in one direction only.
What happens if a bus doesn’t come? There is always lots of buses on the route, there is always a bus. One will always turn up.
Is there a timetable? Yes on facebook and at each venue 1 week before the trail.
Can my dog come too? Umm, it’s not a great place for pooches, they are best left at home due to the number of people on the events, it can be a tad overwhelming for them.
Can my child come on the trail? No!
Who’s the trail for? The trail is designed for the more mature person who is wanting a jolly day with friends
Can I get to every pub? We don’t advise trying to reach every pub on the trail, that’s rather a full day on the bus, but rather selecting a few pubs that take your fancy.
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What do I do next?
First, buy a ticket online or at any of the participating pubs on the trail. Grab some friends who are great company and make you laugh, board the bus with your ticket (singing is not compulsory but we encourage it) and prepare to enjoy a day of quaffing local ales, sampling the food and entertainment and joining in with the singing on the bus, discussing the merits of fine ale and going home happy. Don’t forget to take some pictures too!
A ticket gets you unlimited travel all day long, and if you are brave you can go around the route as many times as you like. From experience, we might add that this is unlikely!