North Lindsey College
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North Lindsey College
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Travel Information

Our transport scheme means that students living more than 3 miles away from us benefit from access to our convenient bus routes.
Travel Bursary Application Form

You don’t need to worry about how you will get to College. Our students can access transport routes covering a wide range of areas including Scunthorpe, Gainsborough, Grimsby, Goole, Barton, Doncaster, Snaith, Thorne, Isle of Axholme, Cleethorpes, Brigg and everywhere in between.
Travelling Safely to College

Please remember – students using public transport will be required to socially distance and the wearing of face coverings will be compulsory.

Transport Support

If your household has an income of less than £32,000 per year, you are studying at North Lindsey College, live more than 3 miles from the College and you have submitted a Financial Assistance Application (please see the Financial Assistance page), the 16-19 Discretionary Bursary may be able to help with your contribution to transport costs for the year – saving you £90!

For students aged 16-18 years old

We understand that your transport costs and requirements can vary depending on where you live and how you may decide to travel to College, so to simplify things for 2020/21 we are introducing a Travel Bursary which aims at removing barriers around travel and helps towards your costs.  Which means you may be eligible for the travel bursary to help with costs even if you travel to college by bike, or car – so click on the Travel Bursary Application Form below, and we will take it from there and confirm if you are able to get travel support.

Travel Bursary Application Form


Travelling to College by Bus


If you are travelling by bus, we want to help subsidise your travel costs so it will only cost you £30 per term, which is just £90 for the full year.  We know that you may live outside of North Lincolnshire, so see the further details below:

  • If you live in North Lincolnshire (3 miles over over)/Goole/ Doncaster/ Grimsby/ Immingham or surrounding areas, you will need to complete the Travel Bursary Form and make your payment contribution (Initial payment of £30 or a one-off payment of £90).


  • If you live in Lincolnshire, you need to apply online at: and select “apply for post 16 transport” to get a ‘TRA’ reference number. Once you have received your TRA number from Lincolnshire County Council you will then need to complete the Travel Bursary Form and make your payment contribution (Initial payment of £30 or a one-off payment of £90). If you have any questions on applying for your TRA number, please contact Lincolnshire Council on 01522 782020.




  • If you live in any other area or you are studying at CATCH or British Steel, you can apply for Financial Support for help towards transport costs. We will contact you to discuss, help and confirm your travel arrangements. Click the following lick to start your Financial Assistance application:

If you live between 2 and 3 miles from the college, help towards a weekly mega-rider may be available from the Colleges Financial Support funds, please speak to a member of the Financial Support Team for more information.


Don’t forget you can also apply for Financial Assistance to help with course related costs, find out more at

For students aged 19 or over


You can apply for Financial Assistance to help with your travel costs. Click on the following link to find out more

The information detailed in this document is reviewed annually and is valid only for the academic year 2020-2021.

Need help? Contact the Financial Support Team on 01724 294179 or email