The bus service connecting Catcott to Bridgwater, Street, Glastonbury and Wells and villages in between is operated by First following the collapse of Webberbus while Somerset County Council considers the long term future of the route. There is an hourly service during the day with the last buses returning to Catcott from Wells in the late afternoon and Bridgwater in the early evening. There are no buses on Sundays. The timetable can be found here Catcott to Street and Bridgwater by Bus
For the official Somerset local transport services see Bus Timetables
Berry’s coaches offer their Superfast service to London from Bridgwater or Street More
National Express Coaches stop at Bridgwater, Street and Glastonbury More
Great Western Railway (formerly First Great Western) trains from Bridgwater connect to the main line at Taunton and Bristol with services continuing on from Temple Meads station to Cardiff. The station is 7.7 miles from Catcott.
Castle Cary station in on the main line between the west country and London. There are direct trains to Paddington and Devon and Cornwall. There are local services to Bath and Bristol and to Yeovil Pen Mill station and Weymouth. Trains are operated by First Great Western. Castle Cary is 22.7 miles from Catcott. More
South West Trains run from Yeovil Junction direct to Waterloo and Exeter. Yeovil Junction is 23.3 miles from Catcott. More
The nearest airport is 29 miles away at Bristol.
Aer Lingus, easyJet, KLM, Ryanair and a host of tour operators are based at Bristol Airport serving holiday destinations throughout Europe and providing connecting flights to worldwide destinations. More than six million passengers a year pass through the airport.
Bristol Airport is wholly owned by Canada’s biggest teachers’ pension fund. It was named the world’s most punctual airport in 2014 in a league table of on-time departures produced by a specialist data group. Airport information here