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All aboard the school bus

Young children had an exciting visit at their school when a Yellow Bus rolled into the playground. The four and five year olds at St Peter’s school in Holdenhurst Avenue, Bournemouth, had spent a term studying the theme of ‘transport’. This was the ‘fantastic finish’ to the term and the children got to climb on…

Yellow Buses to make service and timetable changes from April 30

YELLOW Buses is to make changes to some of its services with the introduction of a new improved timetable from Sunday April 30. The changes include revisions to local authority routes currently numbered 18, 20, 33 and 36 and also cancellation of lightly used early morning and late evening journeys. Some of the promotional fares…

Students zoom onto Yellow Buses

Jade Curran (left) and Ellen Taylor from Arts University Bournemouth, who completed some of their studies on a Yellow Bus. A photography student from Arts University Bournemouth hopped on a Yellow Bus to complete her studies. Jade Curran had surveyed people about bus use and agreed to share her research with Bournemouth’s brightest bus company.…

Pets win prizes

(l-r) Julie Davis, Margaret Green, Shop Manager in Winton, Fiona Harwood from Yellow Buses and Jenni Wilkinson, Margaret Green, Commercial Manager. Dorset’s oldest animal rescue centre is the latest recipient of a donation from the joint Yellow Buses/ Daily Echo Carbon Stoppers initiative. Margaret Green Animal Rescue received £200 which will go towards its work caring…

Sea Cadets ride on the crest of a wave

Bournemouth Sea Cadets and Royal Marine Cadets received a boost to their funds thanks to Yellow Buses and the Daily Echo. The bus company handed over £200 from its Carbon Stoppers initiative that is run jointly with the Echo and has handed out nearly £20,000 to charities and good causes since its launch in 2008.…

Yellow Buses jumper to it!

Staff at Yellow Buses who paid for the privilege of wearing festive pullovers raised £200 for Julia’s House, the Dorset and Wiltshire children’s charity. Drivers, engineering and administration staff at the Bournemouth-based business needed little encouragement to wear the gaudy garments. Caroline Attreed, corporate fundraiser for Julia’s House, visited the bus depot to receive the…