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Haverhill bus operator steps up in Bury

Thursday, 16th February 2012.

A Haverhill bus operator is stepping up its local services in Bury St Edmunds to fill a new gap at Moreton Hall.

The area will be served by a regular and direct ‘Breeze’ bus service from April 2.

Haverhill-based bus operator Stephensons, who run the popular ‘Breeze’ town services in Bury St Edmunds, have stepped in following First’s withdrawal from the town.

Existing Breeze route 3 will be extended from Horringer Court to serve Ashwell Road, and then run via the town centre, bus station and railway station to Moreton Hall.

Stephensons managing director Bill Hiron explained: “Breeze routes have been carefully designed to provide more direct services to the town centre, operating more frequently.

"Our new link to Moreton Hall adheres to this philosophy. Coupled with our bargain fares, it will now be both cheap and quick to get into the town. We know bus travellers don’t really want a scenic tour of every highway and cul-de-sac east of the A14, and our route has been designed to take workers and shoppers quickly to town and the station via the most direct route."

Timetables and information on the new Breeze routes are available from Bury St Edmunds bus station, the Tourist Information Centre on Angel Hill, from stephensonsofessex.com, or from Stephensons bus drivers.

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