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Following changes to government guidance in England and Wales more seats are available on our buses and standing is allowed. There will also be more seats available in Scotland.

Please continue to wear a face covering throughout your journey, unless you’re exempt. 

For the latest travel information for England, Wales and Scotland, see our Coronavirus page

Health and Wellbeing

Physical and mental wellbeing is something we all need to be aware of. We've gathered some resources to help you look after your health, from home schooling activities to local support services.

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Get Involved

Home Schooling

Local Help

Crisis Advice

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Get Involved: Wellbeing Initiatives

Clear your head campaign

Clear Your Head - Healthier Scotland Campaign

The coronavirus pandemic has had a real impact on how many of us are feeling. It’s ok to not feel yourself right now.

The Clear Your Head campaign has been created to raise awareness and offer practical tips and ideas to individuals to take steps to help cope with stress, pressure and anxiety during these times even while many of us are enjoying being out and about more; reminding them these feelings are natural and being experienced by many. We'll be supporting this campaign both inside our business and on our social media channels.

Visit the Clear Your Head website for more info on how to take part.


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Home School - Activities and Learning

Home Schooling

Download our fun activity packs!

We're all still getting used to home schooling, so here are some resources to help.

Download our activity packs with fun colouring in and puzzles for all the family.


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Local Mental Health Support

Local Support Near You

Mental health support groups and projects across Fife, Perthshire, Dundee and Angus



Sam's Cafe/SAMH Going Forth - Currently offering phone support in Dunfermline & Kirkcaldy

Andy's Man Club -  Talking group for men in Dunfermline 

Andy's Man Club -  Talking group for men in St Andrews


PLUS Perth - Improving the lives of people living in Perth & Kinross who have experienced mental distress.

PKAVS - Supports unpaid carers, people recovering from mental illness and minority communities, and works to strengthen the voluntary sector in Perth & Kinross.

Andy's Man Club -  Talking group for men in Perth


Dundee & Angus

Feeling Strong - Support for Young People in Dundee.

Healthy Minds Network - An engagement platform for people with experience of mental health challenges and their unpaid carers.

Andy's Man Club  -  Talking group for men in Dundee 

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Crisis Advice

Confidential support and advice for people in crisis or supporting someone through crisis

If you need an ambulance, please call 999 immediately.


Confidential support lines:

Samaritans helpline - 116 123 (24 hours, 7 days a week)

Breathing Space - 0800 83 85 87 (Weekdays: Monday-Thursday 6pm to 2am and Weekends: Friday 6pm-Monday 6am)

Childline - 0800 1111 (9am–3:30am every day)


Coping with depression and suicidal thoughts:

Support in Mind Scotland - Coping with suicidal thoughts

SAMH - Understanding Depression

Advice for supporting someone through a crisis:

Mind Scotland - Help in a Crisis

Breathing Space - What to do if someone talks about suicide

Support in Mind Scotland - Helping someone who is suicidal

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Forth & Tay Bridges

We're working with Fife Health and Social Care Partnership to help prevent suicides.

Over the years our staff have had first-hand experience of crisis situations at the bridges.

  • We're providing Mental Health First Aider training to key staff
  • We're encouraging staff to join in with mental health and wellbeing initiatives

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Wellbeing for Keyworkers


Tips for managing stress during Covid-19

When you're busy putting the health of others first, it's easy to forget to make time for self care.

  • Delegate if you can - if you have another adult in your household, ask them if they can take on some extra tasks so you can have some Me Time
  • Find a small thing which relaxes you and allocate five minutes to it every day - take a hot shower, play a game, or just sit down somewhere quiet with your eyes shut
  • Focus on your breathing when things get tense - deep breath, calm mind
  • Put on our chillout Spotify playlist (coming soon!) and go for a walk around your neighbourhood

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