Bus Bash thanks

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MCW Metrobus POG 496Y, dating from 1982, 1997 Wright-bodied Volvo B10L P432 JJW, and V716 TOH, a 2001 Alexander-bodied Dennis Trident. NXWM

National Express West Midlands (NXWM) has thanked everyone who helped make its Wolverhampton Bus Bash such a success. Almost £500 was raised, to be split between the Midlands Air Ambulance Charity and the Georgina ward at Russells Hall Hospital.


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Senior Operations Manager at NXWM Jeet Sanghera said: “We had a blast at this year’s Black Country Bus Bash. Around 1,000 people joined us on the day, travelling from as far as Crewe to come and check out our buses. It was a great family event with food, music and of course, lots of buses old and new. People seemed to really enjoy seeing how our vehicles have evolved over the years.

“Thank you to everyone who supported us in putting on this great event, and thank you to everyone who joined us to make it a really fun day while raising hundreds of pounds for two great causes.”