Norman Baker to leave The Big Lemon

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The Big Lemon’s Managing Director, Norman Baker, has announced he will be leaving the company this month to pursue new challenges.

Norman said he had achieved what he set out to do by raising the profile of the organisation locally, nationally and internationally and winning a number of new contracts, thereby establishing The Big Lemon as ‘the foremost independent bus operator in Brighton & Hove.’

Norman said: “It’s been an exciting challenge to lead The Big Lemon through a period of significant growth and I believe the company has a bright future.

“I would like to thank the team for their dedication and support, and all those in the community including our passengers and supporters, the city council and our industry colleagues. It has been a pleasure working with you all.”

Tom Druitt, The Big Lemon’s founder and CEO, said: “I would like to thank Norman for his huge contribution to The Big Lemon this last year. He has taken the organisation to the next level and we now have the opportunity to grow our impact far beyond what was previously possible.

“I wish Norman all the very best of luck in his future endeavours.”