Apply for or renew a Freedom Pass

Older person's Freedom Pass

The Royal Borough of Greenwich doesn't issue older person's Freedom Passes. You need to apply online on the Freedom Pass website.

Apply for or renew a Freedom Pass

Information about what documents you'll need to apply can also be found on the Freedom Pass website.

If you can't apply online, you can pick up a paper application form, which you'll need to complete and return in the post. Paper application forms can be collected from any library in Royal Greenwich.

Library staff can help you with applying, but they won't be able to carry out the process for you.

What do you do if your pass is lost, stolen, or damaged?

To replace your lost, stolen or faulty Freedom Pass, please contact London Councils.

What if you're not eligible for an older person's pass?

The sixty-plus Oyster card gives discounted travel for London residents aged 60 and over. The Oyster photocard is valid until you're eligible for a Freedom Pass.

Find out more about the sixty-plus Oyster on the TFL website

Contact the Mobility Team

Second floor, The Woolwich Centre,
35 Wellington Street,
London SE18 6HQ

020 8921 2388