Seaford & District helping to fight cancer

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On August Bank Holiday Monday, August 28, Seaford & District will operate East Sussex Tourist Trail route 124 in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.

No fares will be taken with buses running free on an enhanced half hourly frequency. Donations for the charity will be most welcome.

The 124 route, which links Lewis with Eastbourne Pier where it connects with the open-top tour operated by Seaford & District has run on Saturdays and Sundays since June 10, 2017.

It has seen a variety of heritage vehicles used throughout the summer, details of which have been flagged up by the company on Twitter so aspiring passengers know what to expect in advance.

Subject to availability and conditions on the day, buses scheduled for Bank Holiday Monday operation include two Southdown open-top ‘Queen Mary’ Leyland PD3/4s, an open-top Eastbourne Leyland PD2A/30, an open-top Devon General AEC Regent V, Brighton & Hove’s AEC Routemaster, the former Brighton & Hove Bristol KSW6G, a Wigan Leyland PD2/37 and an open-top Bristol VRT/SL3.

Additionally a former BEA AEC Regal IV, Crosville Bristol MW6G and Maidstone & District Bristol VRT/SL2 open-topper are expected to run between Lewis and Seaford on route 123.

Timetable details are available on the Seaford & District website at