Public Meetings in Woodingdean and Ovingdean
Please come to one of our public meetings to look at how we can improve service 52 and what other opportuinities there might be to improve public transport in Woodingdean and Ovingdean. We have had a number of meetings already and they have helped us respond to the needs of the community. As a result of working in partnership with the commmunity we have been able to revise the service to greater satisfy people's needs, extend the route back into Brighton and get agreement from other bus operators to accept each other's tickets.
Founder of The Big Lemon, Tom Druitt, said "We've really enjoyed running the 52 bus for the people of Ovingdean and Woodingdean and it has been a real pleasure to meet with them on a number of occasions to get feedback on the service and share ideas for how it can be improved. I'm looking forward to meeting residents again to see what we can do to make services better in those villages".
Woodingdean: Downs Hotel, Monday 16 February 2015, 6.30pm
Ovingdean: St Wulfran's Church, Tuesday 17 February 2015, 6.30pm
Meetings will most likely last about an hour. All welcome!
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