Trentbarton buses announce festive timetable changes for Nottinghamshire
Trentbarton has announced details of its bus services for Nottinghamshire for Christmas and the new year.
The festive season’s changes begin on Christmas Eve, with the last departures leaving at around 6pm.
All journeys will still be run by Royal Derby, with the last service leaving the Royal Derby Hospital at 9.11pm.
There will be no services on Christmas Day, while on Boxing Day only Skylink Nottingham and Skylink Derby will run a Sunday service.
New Year’s Eve will see a Saturday service across the network with last departures around 6pm.
Royal Derby will again run a normal weekday timetable.
Full details are as follows:
Christmas Eve: Normal Thursday service until last buses departing around 6pm.
Christmas Day: No services
Boxing Day: No services, except for Skylink Derby and Skylink Nottingham
December 27: Sunday service, with Indigo and Red Arrow services starting between 5am and 6am
December 28: Sunday service.
December 29 and 30: Saturday service on both days, plus a normal weekday service on Indigo
New Year’s Eve: Saturday service with last buses departing around 6pm
New Year’s Day: No services.
January 2: Saturday service.
January 3 onwards: Normal services resume.
Tom Morgan, group commercial director at trentbarton, said: “Due to the coronavirus pandemic it’s going to be a very different Christmas and New Year’s
Eve festive period.
“We expect there will be significant restrictions in place affecting hospitality venues and many people will be focused on spending Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day with their family groups at home.
“But between Christmas and New Year our customers will need to travel for reasons including work and for shopping, so we will be providing a reduced, but
still comprehensive service.
“And to help patients and health workers get to Derby Royal Infirmary our royal derby service will continue to provide its vital service.
“I would like to thank our wonderful drivers and our support teams for being there for our customers when they need them, all through a tumultuous 2020 and as we approach what we all hope will be a brighter 2021.”
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