Sherman Rides Again: New Report Suggests Rail to Busway Conversions on Marginal Routes

Think-tank report states plan could cut fares by 40% – and guarantee seats for all

So, a seat for all passengers and a 40% cut in fares? If you’re a long-suffering rail passenger, these promises seem like welcome news. Chances are you may be jumping for joy at the prospect of extra carriages and fairer walk-on fares or season tickets. Continue reading “Sherman Rides Again: New Report Suggests Rail to Busway Conversions on Marginal Routes”

Three Peaks for a Grand: Cheshire Climb Creates Windfall for Francis House

Stagecoach Manchester employees scale new heights in Macclesfield beauty spot

Rather you than me, and I can speak from experience having done Tegg's Nose in (seemingly always) inclement weather.
Rather you than me; I can speak from experience having done Tegg’s Nose in (seemingly always) inclement weather, at the age of eight. Seen here is the Stagecoach Manchester team who have scaled the three Cheshire peaks. Including Tegg’s Nose of course, which I have been to a few times with the Ewing School. (Photograph © 2015 Tangerine PR Ltd)

Francis House Children’s Hospice, has seen sponsorship climb thanks to a Cheshire Three Peaks walk, completed by staff and drivers from Stagecoach Manchester. Two teams raised over £1,000 for the leading local bus company’s charity of the year, from across Stagecoach Manchester’s five depots.  Continue reading “Three Peaks for a Grand: Cheshire Climb Creates Windfall for Francis House”