New thinking on transport needed

OVER 1 in 5 IN WREXHAM HAVE NO ACCESS TO PRIVATE TRANSPORT The Welsh Government should consider introducing a Total Transport policy, incorporating all transport provision across the regions in order to ensure that everybody has access to key services and centres, according to Plaid Cymru – The Party Of Wales Clwyd South candidate, Mabon…

Parents’ fury over school bus cut on hazardous road

Parents of Garth School pupils living in Trevor are furious after receiving a last-minute letter from Wrexham Council telling them that their school bus was no longer available just weeks before the start of the new term. The council is insisting that they pay £50 per term for each pupil in advance or find their…

Livelihoods threatened because of loss of bus service

Calls for reinstatement of key bus services A hospital worker says council cuts to bus services have put her job at risk. Now campaigners and Plaid Cymru are calling for Wrexham Council to reinstate the bus services in rural areas. Jane Ballinger, of Glyn Ceiriog, works at the orthopaedic hospital and used to catch the…

‘Catch the Bus Week’ Farce

Cutting vital bus services in Wrexham just a month before launching Catch the Bus Week has been branded a cruel farce by Plaid Cymru. Catch The Bus Week (April 28 – May 4) is an initiative set up by the large bus companies urging people to catch the bus to work or to the shops.…