They were first introduced to allow passengers with reduced mobility and the elder to visit larger supermarkets and town centres. They operated once, twice or three times a week often just a return journey during off-peak times.
Bus operators usually used a ‘lay-over bus’ to cover this service as it was sitting idle at the bus garage after doing a school route and would be back in time for the afternoon school run.
Nowadays there is just one route operating – 969.
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