Tourmaster to close

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Tourmaster Coaches of Crowland near Peterborough with an O-Licence for 16 vehicles is closing at the end of April.

The decision to shut the business founded by husband and wife team, Dave and Terri Dinsey in 1998 with just one minibus, was taken following Dave being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.

Tourmaster Coaches is well respected in the Peterborough area.

Its people-centric approach is summed up by how it projects itself on its own website where it says: “Hiring a coach can be a daunting thing, if you haven’t done it before.

This is why our office staff are trained to help you every step of the way. There is no better feeling for us, than being part of our customers’ big day out and even their weddings.”

Dave and Terri participated in CBW’s 2015 Christmas issue were they talked about their German Shepherds, Vinny and Bonnie.

Investment in the fleet has been significant in recent years and has seen the arrival of a new Temsa Safari HD, Plaxton Leopard-bodied Volvo and Van Hool single and double-deck coaches including one which was the subject of a CBW test drive.

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