Free bus shuttle service for Disability Awareness Day
Network Warrington will be providing a free bus shuttle service for Disability Awareness Day from 10am on Sunday 16 July.
Customers will be able to get on the free service from stand 10 at the interchange, with a direct service straight through to Walton Hall and Gardens.
The first shuttle service will depart from the interchange at 10am and will run every half an hour; with buses returning from Walton Hall and Gardens throughout the day, again every half an hour, until 5.45pm.
Managing Director of Network Warrington, Ben Wakerley, said: “Disability Awareness Day is an important and highly anticipated occasion in Warrington’s annual calendar of events. I’m pleased to say that once again we are able to support the day with our free shuttle service, ensuring that passengers across the borough are able to get to Walton Hall and Gardens to enjoy the event.
“Our accessible shuttle service will be operating throughout the day and look I forward to welcoming on board our customers who will no doubt have an excellent time on Sunday”.
For more information about Disability Awareness Day, visit the website at disabilityawarenessday.org.uk. For a full list of Network Warrington’s services across the borough, visit networkwarrington.co.uk.