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Volunteer-led bus service enjoys a busy first outing

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A new Sunday bus route serving town and villages in and around the North York Moors was a hit when it carried its first passengers.

Despite the North York Moors National Park cutting all its funding for public transport, a group of volunteers has ensured that people can still get to the National Park by bus. The ‘Moors Rambler’ bus was near capacity as it brought people to the area from Teesside and provided a link with Pickering and Hutton le Hole, and other villages.

Eden Blyth of the Friends of Moorsbus said: “We had walkers, those who came simply to admire the scenery, and those coming out for a meal or to visit a museum or other attraction.”

 

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