Nottingham City Transport (NCT) has named one of its Pink Line 28 biogas buses after Henry Normal, a Nottingham-born television and film writer and poet.
Elmer’s Big Parade in Plymouth was recently launched with Stagecoach South West as its presenting partner on 2 July, a collaboration between St. Luke’s Hospital, Wild in Art and Andersen Press.
Marshalls of Sutton-on-Trent, founded in 1989 has reached its 30th anniversary. Celebrating this milestone, the operator invited local schools to design a crest, to be emblazoned on all its vehicles for a year.
Stagecoach Merseyside, Cheshire and South Lancashire recently celebrated World Wellbeing Week. The operator surprised its passengers on its X5 service with inspirational messages left by the Stagecoach team. Stagecoach team members wrote over 50 notes, […]
Stagecoach South has donated a bus to St Jude’s Primary School in Portsmouth to convert it into a ‘one-of-a-kind’ classroom.
A bus fanatic in London recently committed a spate of bus related crimes, stealing London buses at night and causing havoc.
Residents of Caddington have been protesting the demolition of a bus shelter which has been in the village for 65 years.
Earlier in the year, the Ladies Fighting Breast Cancer charity commenced a project which led them to a Britain’s Got Talent audition.
The St Cuthbert’s Hospice’s new patient transport bus has been named after one of its patients, Wendy Charlton, after she passed away in 2014.
On Friday 31 May bus driver Cecelia Nation-Gardner met the mother of the young boy she saved from a busy intersection.