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21 Mar 2019
Stagecoach has announced that all mothers travelling on their bus services in the South on Mothering Sunday will get their travel for free.
Stagecoach South provide local bus services across Hampshire, Surrey and Sussex with some routes extending into Berkshire and Wiltshire.
The transport operator has announced that mothers will be able to take advantage of this offer when they travel with a child who has or purchases a valid dayrider ticket.
Stacey Churton, Marketing Manager at Stagecoach South says ‘We appreciate how important a mothers role is within the family unit and wanted to take this opportunity to encourage mums and families to spend time together on mother’s day by taking the bus to their destinations.
So whether you’re heading out for Sunday lunch or to one of the many attractions we have in the South, be sure to take the bus and mum can travel for free! Child dayrider tickets are available to buy from the driver or on the Stagecoach bus app’.