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02 Nov 2016
FREE travel on Remembrance Sunday
Sunday 13th November
In support of the Royal British Legion we will be offering Military and ex-Military personnel FREE travel on Remembrance Sunday on all Stagecoach West services. All you need to do is show your service pass to the driver, sit back and relax and we’ll take you wherever you need to go.
We will also be transporting the AARC & Military Wives choir volunteers performing on 5th November, from Imjin Barracks to the city centre for fundraising events this Saturday.
We hope you will all come along and join us supporting the Poppy Appeal.
DONATE Ex-Military, to donate £3, text POPPY to 70020*Cost £3 plus standard Network charges (typically £2.97 goes to the Poppy Appeal).
‘’Every year at Stagecoach we aim to better our support for the Royal British Legion and this year is no different. With over 250 buses displaying Text to Donate window vinyls we’re confident our passengers who are always so supportive of our charitable campaigns, will be reminded on every journey how important the work of the Royal British Legion is,’’
Rupert Cox, Managing Director of Stagecoach West.
“We would like to thank Stagecoach for their continued outstanding support. From the first Poppy Appeal bus which launched our appeal in 2013, Stagecoach have continued to support the Poppy Appeal helping to awareness and funds within Gloucestershire. ‘’
Nicole Mayall, of the Royal British Legion has been working with Stagecoach for some time.