- October 5, 2018
Stagecoach Manchester buses operating across the region will wear poppies supporting the Royal British Legion's ‘Thank you’ campaign, marking 100 years since the end of World War One.
Some bus services in Wirral have resumed this week after the sad demise of Wirral bus company Avon Buses last month. A total of 18 bus routes have been saved, one new service has been introduced while 15 services have been withdrawn.
The Blackburn Bus Company, Rosso and The Burnley Bus Company – all part of North of England bus firm Transdev – are offering those with a valid train ticket for the next two Saturdays the chance to make any journey on their buses for just £2.
Transdev Blazefield has invested £3 million in a sparkling new fleet of 20 buses for Rosso’s 464 service, which links Accrington, Haslingden, Rawtenstall, Bacup and Rochdale.
It’s a moving tribute to those who laid down their lives for freedom – and this year, Lancashire bus firm The Blackburn Bus Company is going the extra mile to ensure their courage is remembered.
A number of bus operators on in Merseyside and from further afield have stepped in to operate a number of bus routes which were previously operated by former bus company Avon Buses.READ MORE
Arriva North West has once again branded some of its buses with poppy decals ahead of this year’s Remembrance Day, which is the centenary of The Armistice.READ MORE
Stagecoach Merseyside, Cheshire and South Lancashire are supporting military personnel past and present this Remembrance Sunday (11th November 2018) with the introduction of a second Poppy Bus.READ MORE
Some bus services in Wirral have resumed this week after the sad demise of Wirral bus company Avon Buses last month. A total of 18 bus routes have been saved, one new service has been introduced while 15 services have been withdrawn.READ MORE
School children, local organisations and Stagecoach Manchester employees celebrated the unveiling of the newly revamped Davyhulme Park in Urmston earlier this week.READ MORE
Retired nursery nurse, Margaret Swallow from Stalybridge, celebrated her 80th birthday by driving a Stagecoach Manchester double decker bus around the company’s Ashton-Under-Lyne training circuit.READ MORE
Stagecoach Manchester buses operating across the region will wear poppies supporting the Royal British Legion’s ‘Thank you’ campaign, marking 100 years since the end of World War One.READ MORE
Steve Rotheram, Metro Mayor of the Liverpool City Region, will today launch a public debate to find out what people in the city region think about the bus system. The government is in the process of devolving new powers over how our buses operate.READ MORE
On Monday 22nd October 2018, visitors to the Museum of Liverpool will have the opportunity to take part in the museum’s Better By Bus day, as well as be in with the chance of winning an exciting adventure for the entire family to enjoy.READ MORE
Stagecoach Manchester has been named as a finalist in this year’s UK Bus Awards, due to be held in London next month. The company is up for six different accolades across five categories including Top City Operator and Top National Bus Depot to name a few.READ MORE