By Audlem Webteam - 14th May 2012 8:57am
One of the moorers at the Overwater Marina has brought Cheshire East Council's Public Transport Consultation to our attention, saying:
"It looks like they are looking to cut down the bus services from Audlem to Nantwich and possibly remove the bus service to Whitchurch and Market Drayton. I think you'll need to
check it out and get Audlem jumping up and down."
There are so many Cheshire Esat consultations currently being carried out, it's very easy to get confused.
We give the link to the Cheshire East page below the photo — that gives access to both the printed documents or the on-line survey.
If you care about rural bus services, this is an ideal opportuntity to have your say.
Part of the consultation includes meetings in Nantwich this week on Friday 18th May from 2.00 — 4.00pm and again from 5.00 — 7.00pm. It's at the Council Chamber, Brookfield Hall, Shrewbridge Road, Nantwich, CW5 7AD.
Other consultations, including mobile library services and school bus services have been featured very recently on Audlem Online and we will be repeating those stories with links to the consultation documents over the coming week.
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