View Full Version : Cannon hall farm on the bus??


michdia
07-08-2011, 15:53
How do I get to Cannon hall farm on the bus? Which is the best stop to get off at?

jenz245
07-08-2011, 16:45
Hope someone replies to this as I was thinking of taking the little one here.

michdia
07-08-2011, 16:53
I've googled it and its just confusing x x

silverknight
07-08-2011, 16:56
From Cannon Hall website:
We are easy to find next to Cannon Hall Museum about 5 miles west of Barnsley, signposted of the A635 and only 10 minutes from junction 37 of the M1.

Follow the signs for “Cannon Hall” then “Open Farm Only”.

If you want to use the bus, the 92 service from Barnsley runs daily from the 24th July into Cawthorne village. We are then only a pleasant stroll away through the grounds of Cannon Hall. On Sundays, the 92A service operates directly to our own car park.

michdia
07-08-2011, 16:59
From Cannon Hall website:
We are easy to find next to Cannon Hall Museum about 5 miles west of Barnsley, signposted of the A635 and only 10 minutes from junction 37 of the M1.

Follow the signs for “Cannon Hall” then “Open Farm Only”.

If you want to use the bus, the 92 service from Barnsley runs daily from the 24th July into Cawthorne village. We are then only a pleasant stroll away through the grounds of Cannon Hall. On Sundays, the 92A service operates directly to our own car park.

I already read this, Ive been googling for about a hour trying to find the exact bus stop to get off...Thats all i wanna know, Thanks.

verydull
07-08-2011, 17:09
ask the bus driver, they are usually quite knowledgeable..

diamondjack
07-08-2011, 17:35
whilst you are there I would recommend paying a visit to Maize maze, just down the road from the farm - we went last week and the kids loved it -hubby got lost but hey ho!!!

jesseeee
07-08-2011, 20:18
I used to work in the garden centre years ago, I know the buses have recently changed but I used to get the 92 from barnsley interchange Its now at 30 minutes past every hour going and 57 coming back, takes about 25 minutes.

You can get off in cawthorne village at tivy dale/tivy dale drive bus stop and walk up towards some bungalows ul tivy dale and I believe the next street is called the park and straight down through a gate and down a little hill into the park which takes about 10 minutes. alternatively get off in the village and its about a 15 minute walk round the main road following the road signs.

bus man
07-08-2011, 20:54
Try this

http://www.transportdirect.info/Web2/Home.aspx?repeatingloop=Y

put your post code in and the postcode of cannon hall

Ridgewalk
08-08-2011, 06:20
Once you've been you will return. Ideal for kids, play area, farm, masses of space for running around, child friendly cafe serving scrumptious food. However it's a fair old trek by public transport from Sheffield