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Applying for a bus pass

To follow any changes to this service, visit the Council Service Updates page.

The Shopmobility office will be open from Monday 15 June 2020. For bus pass applications
please make an appointment. For for the hire of scooters and wheelchairs please book in
advance on 01724 297418. This will help to ensure social distancing requirements are met.

You must be a resident of North Lincolnshire if you wish to apply for a North Lincolnshire pass.

Please note that children under five do not qualify for a bus pass.

Where to apply

You can apply for a bus pass at of the following places:

Located in Fenton Street, Scunthorpe (on the ground floor of the Parishes multi-storey car park – near the bus station).

The Shopmobility office will be open from Monday 15 June 2020. For bus pass applications
please make an appointment. For for the hire of scooters and wheelchairs please book in
advance on 01724 297418. This will help to ensure social distancing requirements are met.

Located at Ashby Turn, Ashby High Street, Scunthorpe (within the library).

Please call for an appointment on 01724 296832

Our Barton office is now located in Baysgarth Leisure Centre on Brigg Road.

Please call for an appointment on 01724 296808

Located in The Angel, Market Place, Brigg.

Please call for an appointment on 01724 296840

Located in Crowle Community Hub, 52 – 54 High Street, Crowle.

Please call for an appointment on 01724 296850

Located in Chapel Street, Epworth.

Please call for an appointment on 01724 296870

Located in 54 West Street, Winterton.

Please call for an appointment on 01724 296875.

No photograph is required as this is taken when you apply.

There is no charge for a bus pass on first application or renewals of expired cards. Other requests for replacements are subject to a charge of £10.  Your bus pass will be sent via the postal service and will take about a week.

You will need to bring proof of your eligibility with you when you apply.  Some applications may take longer if your supporting evidence is not sufficient.