Your English National Concession bus pass issued by an authority outside of Lancashire and Cumbria will entitle you to the standard English National Concession* when travelling in Lancashire and Cumbria.
If you have a concessionary travel pass issued by an authority in Scotland or Wales, your pass is not valid for concessions on local bus servcies in England and therefore you will be required to pay the full fare.
* English National Concession - free off peak travel (after 9.30am and before 11.00pm Monday to Friday, all day Saturday, Sunday and bank holidays) on local bus services throughout England .
What is a local bus service? - A local bus service would include any type of town bus service; a rural service which observes all bus stops and interurban services observing all bus stops and which may include a limited stop section of route where the distance between stops is within 15 miles (21.4 kms).
Services which observe stops over 15 miles (21.4 kms) apart are regarded as "Express services", for example National Express or Megabus.com services, and are therefore excluded from the English National Concession scheme. Some operators choose to offer a concession please contact the bus operator for further details.