Monday, 27 February 2017

Why should villagers have to visit Bath to watch the latest blockbuster.

The newly opened Westway cinema is losing evening trade from villages as their is no bus to get them back. . Villagers are also having to pay more as the Westways prices are cheaper than other cinemas
some of these films start after 2030 and run for 2 hours or longer the last bus out of Frome is at 2200

Thursday, 23 February 2017

Lifeline for evening 267

My personal thanks to Frome Town council for giving the 267 a lifeline.

After Wednesday nights meeting Frome town council pledged a one off payment to fund the 267 until September. Hopefully a more permanent solution can be found after September to keep the service going

Thanks also go to James Freeman of First bus, Bath and North East Somerset Council, Somerset Council, Rode parish Council, Beckington Parish council and Norton ST Phillip parish council.

This will ensure that students who do hairdressing and engineering will be able to finish this years course

Monday, 20 February 2017

Last chance to have your say to save the evening 267 service

Meeting 7pm Wednesday 22nd February  at Frome medical practice. Come along to have your say to save the 267 evening Monday to Thursday bus service.  267 funding is item 4 on the agenda

267 evenig funding makes front page of this weeks Frome times

Front page story of the Frome times whether Frome Town Council should help to fund the 267 evening bus service.

Last chance meeting to have your say over the 267 evening bus funding Wednesday 22nd 7pm at Frome medical practice

Thursday, 2 February 2017

Frome loses another Saturady bus amid the cuts from Wiltshire council

80 / x80 another Saturday bus casualty for Frome. This was the only weekend bus to Sainsbury's maybe an opportunity for Faresaver  or Frome minibuses to fill the gap