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In Wales you must wear a 3 layer face covering on public transport and put it on before travelling unless you are exempt.
In Wales you must wear a 3 layer face covering on public transport and put it on before travelling unless you are exempt.
Stagecoach

Employees recognised at Long Service Awards

30 Nov 2016

Stagecoach employees from across West Scotland have been recognised for their loyal service and commitment to passenger transport at a special ceremony.

More than 20 staff have clocked up an impressive 547 years of long service between them.

The ceremony took place at the Carlton Hotel, Prestwick. The evening featured a dinner dance with presentations made by Stagecoach West Scotland’s Managing Director Tom Bridge, who thanked staff for their great contribution.

He said: " Working on the buses is more a way of life than just a job.  The bus industry can take over every aspect of your life and require exceptional levels of commitment and loyalty from those who work in it.

“The Long Service Awards are when we recognise the loyalty and devotion shown by our many long serving employees and I would personally like to thank those receiving an award for their many years of service to Stagecoach West Scotland and it’s predecessors.”

StagecoachWScot Long Service Awards 2016