transport to james cook

#1
i have just been posted to mdhu northalleton and am going to be working at JCUH does any one know if there is transport to and from catterick
 
#2
A quick Google on your behalf came up with:
http://www.procterscoaches.co.uk/Service Timetables/54_55_page.htm

There may be others, though.

From 5RA's web page ( http://www.army.mod.uk/5regtra/life_in_5_regt_ra.htm ):
What Public Transport is in the Local Area?
A regular bus service operates from just outside Marne Barracks/Catterick Village to the market towns of Richmond, Northallerton, and Darlington via the surrounding villages. Local taxi services are also available. The nearest train station is in Darlington, which is on the mainline going north and south. There is also a small station in Northallerton. There are three airports within an hour of the camp, Newcastle Airport, Teeside Airport, and to the south Leeds/ Bradford Airport.
Obviously, there may also be service transport. ;)
 
#3
There is organised transport for Nursing staff at certain shift timings, if your non-nursing then its tough shiit get your own!!


(Well was last time I heard!)
 
#4
There's transport to MDHU (N), but not to James Cook. You have to make your own way there. Speak to the MT type people near the main reception and they'll be able to tell you more. At the moment we can claim milage to and from place of work to home/Catterick.

Hope this helps
 
#6
oznabruckshark said:
If your a nurse, then why not jog some of them pounds off? just a surgestion!
OOOH ....getting personal!!! I bet you're a medic!!
 
#7
nursienorth said:
oznabruckshark said:
If your a nurse, then why not jog some of them pounds off? just a surgestion!
OOOH ....getting personal!!! I bet you're a medic!!
What gave it away the spelling?

McV
 
#8
Definatly the spelling!

Although, they say it's a sign of cleverness - not that i believe them when it comes to the RAMC. They're aren't many medics i'd trust with a needle.
 
#9
nursienorth said:
Definatly the spelling!

Although, they say it's a sign of cleverness - not that i believe them when it comes to the RAMC. They're aren't many medics i'd trust with a needle.
There's not many nurses I would trust with a pie!

McV
 
#10
McVicker said:
nursienorth said:
Definatly the spelling!

Although, they say it's a sign of cleverness - not that i believe them when it comes to the RAMC. They're aren't many medics i'd trust with a needle.
There's not many nurses I would trust with a pie!

McV
OUCH......
 
#12
There's a regular bus service from Catterick to/from Darlo station (think it's hourly), then you can get the train to Boro, and there's a bus every 10 min to the hospital. Having said that, the first one isn't early enough to get you there for an early shift (I lived in Thornaby, trying to get to JCUH by bus was sh*te). The public transport there is far from the best around.
 

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