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Freedom Pass - Older people
|Address||Customer Service Centre, |
Town Hall Extension,
Wandsworth High Street,
|Description||A freedom pass gives you free travel on buses, tube, trains, trams, and DLR services in London and free travel on local bus services anywhere in England. It is paid for by your council to help people aged 60 and over get around. |
To apply for an older persons' Freedom Pass, you can get an application form from a Post Office in any London Borough, excluding Barking and Dagenham, Camden, and Sutton. Or you can visit the council's customer service centre to find out more.
To find your nearest Post Office branch telephone the Post Office helpline on 08457 22 33 44 or visit the Post Office website. The Concessionary Travel Team can provide general information on the scheme.
|Contact name||The Concessionary Travel Team|
|Telephone number||020 8871 8871|
|Eligibility||From 6 April 2010 the age at which older people become eligible for free travel has been later than their 60th birthday. For more information see the main website link above.|
Record last updated: 24 January 2013