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New Bus Service starts on Monday

D & G Bus have taken over the 130 bus route, and will be operating the route from Monday 27th January.

This will just run between Macclesfield and Handforth via Alderley Edge and Wilmslow, on Monday to Saturday. Timetable attached.

D&G Bus, part of the Centrebus group, have been operating since the late 1990s and are now the largest independent bus operator in North Staffordshire and South Cheshire. From depots in Adderley Green (Stoke-on-Trent), Crewe and Wincham (Northwich) they operate a wide network of bus services as far north as Altrincham and as far south as Stafford. They operate over 90 buses, all of which are of a low-floor design to give quick and easy access for wheelchairs and pushchairs. Their ethos is to provide a friendly and reliable service.

You can pay by contactless on all services, including Apple Pay and Google Pay (for transactions up to £30), or by cash. D&G also offer a range of money-saving tickets to suit every journey — please see their website for full details.

If there's anything you're not sure about, you can call 01270 252970 and they will make sure you don't miss the bus!

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