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Catch the bus week 2016

Stagecoach is joining forces with Greener Journeys and other local bus providers to launch a major drive to get the public out of cars and onto the bus.

The initiative, which will run for a week from 4th July, will see leading bus companies across the country encouraging their local communities to ditch their cars in favour of a greener mode of transport; their local bus network. 

The average bus commuter spends 6 hours on the bus every week. Just imagine what you could do with an extra six hours a week*, you could read 52 books in one year, learn to speak French or you could watch every episode of Games of Thrones, Mad Men and Breaking Bad in a year! So give the bus a try and make the most of your time on board.


Congratulations to all our Catch the Bus Week Winners:

Shahieda Erkamp - a 4 week Fife megarider+ ticket

Kathleen Jordan - a round of golf for 4 people at Adventure Golf Island in Dunfermline

Rebecca Haddow - a trip to Kingsbarns Distillery for 4 people, including  a visit to the exhibition, a guided tour of the distillery and tasting with a guide

Hannah Collins - a £20 voucher for sixties themed restaurant Ziggy's in St Andrews

Ian King - 2 tickets for The Broons at Perth Concert Hall


Please check your email for info on how to claim your prize. 

 

Our top destinations to visit across the East of Scotland:

Edinburgh

Scotland's capital city and festival hub has everything you could look for in a city. Edinburgh welcomes visitors all year round with many art galleries, theatres and the world renowned Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Take a stroll along Princes Street, visiting the many shops from high street retailers to the famous Harvey Nichols. Walk the length of the Royal Mile, experiencing the many traditional pubs, souvenir shops and tartan along the way, before a wander around Edinburgh Castle.


Dunfermline

Dunfermline, once Scotland's capital, is the final resting place of Robert the Bruce and is home to many related attractions. Visit the Royal Palace, 12th century Abbey, the restored 15th century Abbot House and St Margaret's Cave. Go for a stroll around Pittencrieff Park, wander round the Kingsgate shopping centre or enjoy various activities including  Adventure Golf Island  at Fife Leisure Park on the eastern edge of the city. 

 

East Neuk

A charming village that hosts the only Scottish golf course to be built on links land in over 70 years, Kingsbarns Golf Links. Catch the  95 for great view along the coast and hop off at the Cambo Lodge (Kingsbarns Distillery), between St Andrews and Crail to visit the 18th century horse-mill, doocot and barns which have recently been transformed into a distillery and visitor centre.


St Andrews

Known worldwide as the “Home of Golf”, the city of St Andrews offers a great deal of historical and cultural interest and lies in a truly beautiful setting. It has two stunning beaches, fantastic bars and restaurants and attractions include the famous Old Course, the Golf Museum, Aquarium, the Historic University Buildings, St Andrews Cathedral, Fairmont St Andrews Golf Resort and the Botanic Gardens.

 

Perth

Situated on the banks of the River Tay, Perth boasts breathtaking scenery, a unique shopping experience and a cosmopolitan and lively scene with a great variety of restaurants, pubs and shows to enjoy at  Perth Concert Hall. A former capital of Scotland, Perth was made a city again by the Queen as part of her Diamond Jubilee celebrations in 2012. Perth is steeped in rich and influential history and many of the Scottish Kings were crowned on the Stone of Destiny at Scone Palace.

 
 
 
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Perth