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Work to start on new-look Travel Centre for Yellow Buses

Make-over: Yellow Buses’ Avenue Road Customer Service Centre in Bournemouth which is to undergo a £50,000 refurbishment to become an open-plan Travel Centre. Yellow Buses is to carry out a £50,000 makeover of its town centre office in Bournemouth. The Customer Service Centre, in Avenue Road next to The Square, will close for approximately four…

Yellows and Echo back poppy appeal

The Poppy Appeal has received a donation of £300 thanks to Yellow Buses and the Daily Echo. Royal British Legion appeal organiser Wayne Morris visited the bus company to receive the cheque. The Carbon Stoppers initiative is run by Yellow Buses and the Echo and has handed out nearly £20,000 to charities and good causes…

Yellow Buses turns pink for charity day

Staff at Yellow Buses, Yeomans Way depot, shine bright and pink proudly supporting Wear it Pink on Friday 20th October 2017.   FOR the 15th year in a row Yellow Buses turned pink to raise money and awareness for charity. Drivers, engineers and administration staff swapped their uniforms and overalls for garish garments. Even new…

Arting about with the Yellows

Yellow Buses provided the Poetry Bus for Bournemouth’s Arts by the Sea festival. (l-r) Ollie Wheatley (second left) from Yellow Buses, with the council’s Andrea Francis (centre) and Fiona Harwood from Yellow Buses next to her, with volunteers. Yellow Buses’ dedicated Poetry Bus had a star turn at Bournemouth’s Arts by the Sea Festival by…

Management Change at Yellow Buses

David Squire, Managing Director of Yellow Buses   After many years of loyal service to Yellow Buses, first as Finance Director and then as Managing Director, Andrew Smith has decided to move on to other challenges. He therefore relinquished his role on Friday 6th October. RATP Dev, the parent company of Bournemouth Transport Limited (trading…

Yellows turn all the colours of the rainbow

Martyn Underhill, Dorset police and crime commissioner, and Terri Hignett (centre) back. Bourne Free – Bournemouth’s gay pride festival – received a donation from the joint Yellow Buses/Daily Echo Carbon Stoppers initiative. Martyn Underhill, a Trustee of Bourne Free and Dorset’s Police and Crime Commissioner,  received the cheque for £200 on behalf of the charity…