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Travelling to the Surgery

There are lots of options for getting to your next appointment, and we hope you will consider some of the healthier ways of coming to see us. We have installed dedicated parking for bicycles. We are enthusiastic about the health and environmental benefits of cycling, and we hope you will enjoy the new facilities.

You can plan your journey by bicycle using the Cycle Journey Planner.

The surgery is also accessible via public transport, with bus services running close to the surgery: Traveline can tell you exactly how to get here.

The 667 bus route serves Castle Cary. The bus stops at the bottom end of the High Street, near the war memorial and duck pond. From there it’s a five minute walk to the surgery:  head towards the UK petroleum garage adjacent to the duck pond, and look for a road named ‘Millbrook Gardens.’ Follow this road while bearing to the right, and you will reach the surgery.

The 667 service runs between Wincanton and Street. If you’re coming from the Street direction the bus stops at Butleigh, Barton St David, Keinton Mandeville and Lydford on Fosse. If you’re coming in to see us from the Wincanton direction then the bus stops at Charlton Musgrove, Bruton and Shepton Montague. The 667 bus service is provided by ‘Nippy Bus Ltd.’ You can contact Nippy Bus on 01935 823888. The 667 timetable is available here: 667 Nippy Bus service.

South West coaches also provide services (1, 1A, !B 1C)  to Castle Cary and the surrounding area. You can view details of the services provided here: South West Coaches.

Walking can also be an excellent way to increase your physical activity and maintain overall health. Walking a mile burns almost the same number of calories as running the same distance. Castle Cary offers a range of attractions for walkers, including a regular market, quality shops, beautiful countryside, restaurants and cafes. So consider a walk to your next appointment.

A leaflet providing informaiton on local transport services (Travelling to the Millbrook Surgery) is available here

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