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[/wlm_nonmember][wlm_ismember] All being well, this year should see Showbus return to its traditional format. Here at CBW, we don’t just write about coaches and buses. We have between us experience of driving and operating them, and we’re passionate about the industry. We travel the length and breadth of the country to speak to operators large and small to keep up to date with the latest happenings, and we know that many of those we visit are also enthusiasts and equally passionate about the vehicles and the industry. When time allows, we often pop along to enthusiast events too, such as depot open days, which are a vital way for the industry to connect with enthusiasts and the wider community. One of the biggest dates in the enthusiast calendar, which is supported by many operator’s as well as owners of preserved and historic coaches and buses, is Showbus which this year is scheduled to take place on Sunday 26 September, coronavirus rules permitting. And for the first time, CBW will be taking along a vehicle of our own thanks to the generosity of an industry partner. We’re keeping it under wraps for now, but please do come along and see us. Whether you’re an enthusiast or an operator, a subscriber or an occasional reader, we’ll be there to meet people, as well as to enjoy the show ourselves of course!

What vehicle will CBW be bringing along? Come and see us to find out! RICHARD SHARMAN