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Yellow Buses unveils two open top services for summer

Tops off for summer: Andrew Smith, Managing Director, Yellow Buses; Jeff Mostyn, Chairman, AFC Bournemouth, and club mascot Cherry Bear, at the launch of Yellow Buses’ new open top services. Stand by your bus stops. Yellow Buses’ iconic open toppers are back this month after a ten-year gap, operating on two routes. The Bournemouth-based bus…

Carbon Stoppers helps Poole Forum

Poole Forum received a donation from the Yellow Buses/Daily Echo Carbon stoppers initiative. Terri Hignett (fr right) from the Yellows and Kimberley Fields (far left) from the forum with some of its members. Poole Forum, which is a self-advocacy group for adults with learning disabilities, has received a £200 donation from the joint Yellow Buses/Daily…

Last stop for Steve

MD Andrew Smith (left) and Steve Sanders who has retired from Yellow Buses after 44 years. After 44 years behind the wheel of a Yellow Bus and driving a total of nearly 800,000 miles, Steve Sanders has pulled the handbrake on his career. The popular driver has retired aged 66 after working a total of…

Keith’s dinky decker stands tall

The long and the short of it: Keith Burbidge and his dinky decker visited Yellow Buses’ depot. A retired bus driver who built a miniature double decker got to meet the real thing when he took his vehicle to Yellow Buses’ depot in Bournemouth.   Keith Burbidge spun over to the Yeomans Way site and…

Vincent’s Vision focuses funds

Carbon Stoppers, the joint Yellow Buses/Daily Echo initiative, has donated money to the Durlston War at Poole Hospital. (l-r) Millie Payne, staff nurse, Fiona Harwood from Yellow Buses, Tanya Appleby, Glenn Innes, auxilliary nurse, Carl Appleby, Terri Hignett from Yellow Buses and Vicky Bush, senior staff nurse. The Durlston Ward at Poole Hospital has received…

Yellow Cherries hit the back of the net

Yellow Cherries hit the back of the net. (l-r) Amy Marks from AFCB, Steve Cuss, AFCB’s Head of Community, Fiona Harwood from Yellow Buses and Cherries’ ace Dan Gosling. While the football season is now over Cherries’ Community Sport’s Trust will continue to drive safety lessons into schools with the help of Yellow Buses. AFC…