Pulham & Sons (Coaches) Ltd is delighted to announce the arrival of three Gloucestershire bus routes to their timetable.
The first route, the 882 service, operating from 3rd January 2017, runs between Gloucester Market Parade and Tetbury via Cirencester and Kemble Railway Station. The route is timetabled to meet arriving and departing trains from Kemble Train Station. The route also runs on a Saturday on a reduced timetable.
The second route is the Monday to Saturday service in Cheltenham, the P&Q service travelling between Pittville and Cheltenham Hospital via Battledown, Ryeworth and Charlton Kings.
To complete the hat trick, Pulhams will operate the Monday to Friday K service between Cheltenham-Hatherley-The Reddings-Arle Court and Benhall. The service will stop at Upper Hatherley Morrisons Superstore.
The latter two routes will commence from 23 January 2017.
Kathryn Pulham, Director comments “Clearly, we are delighted to add these vital Gloucestershire routes to our timetable portfolio. We always encourage the public to take the bus. Subsidies and funding have been dramatically cut since 2010 (£78 million nationwide) with a further £27 million just in 2016. Leave the car at home and travel by bus is our ‘call-out’ – support and save your local bus services – they are a lifeline for communities in Gloucestershire. These are our serious messages to ensure a sustainable transport network across the region.
For more information on bus routes, season tickets and Explorer tickets to visit the Cotswolds please visit www.pulhamscoaches.com.