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Free bus travel for NHS heroes


WARRINGTON’S local bus company is offering free bus travel for for all “NHS heroes” from tomorrow (Friday).

All NHS employees and health & social care staff (including Agency) can use Warrington’s Own Buses free of charge by showing their identification to the Driver.

The bus company wants to show support to the people at the front line of fighting the Covid-19 pandemic in the community.

Bus employees have provided services throughout the current crisis and are proud to play their part.

Bus Company board member Tom Jennings said: “There are many things we can all do – apart from staying at home – to help and support those risking their own health to help others during this pandemic.

“I’m delighted that we can make a small gesture for our NHS heroes who will now be able to get to work and home again safely without charge on Warrington’s own buses in these unprecedented times.”

Warrington’s Own Buses has already extended concessionary pass use to free at all times and is allowing customers to pause season tickets, which can be done at warringtonsownbuses.co.uk


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  1. I’m a bus driver and a so called key worker unfortunately we are on a 3 day week for keeping other key workers in full time work why are we putting our families and loved ones at risk for less money. Even though I’m a great supporter of nhs nurses and caters as my daughter and sister are both in the nhs I don’t think it’s fair

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