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06 Feb 2015
Young people in South Yorkshire can travel to leisure activities and attractions this half term with Stagecoach’s excellent value bus and tram child tickets.
Under 16s or those with a 16 to 18 Student Pass, can travel across the region with Stagecoach child day and week tickets.
Experience Barnsley, the Doncaster Dome and Parkgate, in Rotherham, are just some of the places young people can visit with a South Yorkshire Bus Child dayrider, priced at £2, and a £5 weekly South Yorkshire Bus Child megarider ticket. Plus, if you are travelling into West Yorkshire the £3 South and West Yorkshire Bus Child dayrider or a £10 South and West Yorkshire Bus Child megarider gives access to even more attractions.
The half term holidays run from 16 to 20 February, but these value for money child tickets are available year round.
Paul Lynch, managing director, Stagecoach Yorkshire, said: “We’re always looking for ways to make travel even easier for our customers, whether they are using our buses and trams for work, education or leisure.
“From sports centres to cinemas and parks to playgrounds, there are some great things to do in South Yorkshire. Our value-for-money bus tickets have been designed to help young people get out and about with their family and friends and enjoy some of these attractions during the half term holidays.”