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Lib Dems secure extra bus for local school

November 20, 2007 9:10 PM
Cllrs Caroline Nichols and Robbie Colison-Crawford with two 635 buses

Cllrs Caroline Nichols and Robbie Colison-Crawford see start of new two-bus service

On Monday 12th November to the delight of pupils and staff at St Paul's Catholic College an additional 635 afternoon bus service departed from the school grounds thanks to intervention by Sunbury Councillors Robbie Colison-Crawford and Caroline Nichols.

Transport for London have agreed to run an extra afternoon bus service out of St Paul's Catholic College. The school had been seeking this service for some months without success. The local Councillors successfully made the case that persuaded Transport for London to agree to the request.

The school has seen increasing demand for this service in the last few years due to the wide catchment area of the college. This new permanent service will make life easier for many pupils.

Councillor Caroline Nichols said "This is a real win for the community".