Improved bus services for Audlem

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With effect from Monday 26th October, Cheshire East Council will be making improvements to the bus services which operate in and around the Audlem area.

The existing bus services — Services 72/73 Nantwich — Whitchurch via Audlem and Wrenbury will continue with extra additional journeys to provide better links between these rural areas. From this date the services will be operated by GHA Coaches with new low floor accessible buses.

We will also be introducing a new service — Service 75 Wrenbury — Nantwich — Audlem — Market Drayton which will operate from Wrenbury, Nantwich and Audlem to Market Drayton on Wednesday's.

This is in response to the considerable number of requests that were received during the consultation process with Parish Councils to reinstate this facility that was withdrawn a number of years ago. This service will be operated with support from the Council by GHA Coaches with a new low floor accessible vehicle.

Timetables will be available shortly (we are finalising them this week) and will be distributed around the village, alternatively information can also be obtained by phoning the Cheshire Traveline in October on 0871 200 22 33.

Jenni Edge
Operations Manager
Integrated Transport Service


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