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Lowestoft bus services to be discussed at pressure group’s autumn public meeting

PUBLISHED: 16:16 29 September 2017 | UPDATED: 16:27 29 September 2017

ESTA chairman Trevor Garrod

ESTA chairman Trevor Garrod

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Bus services affecting Lowestoft will be firmly on the agenda at a travel pressure group’s public meeting next month.

On Saturday, October 14, East Suffolk Travellers’ Association will be holding its autumn public meeting in Saxmundham, at which it will discuss concerns about travel in the region and give public users the chance to make their voices heard.

The meeting’s guest speaker will be David Jordan, marketing manager of First Eastern Counties Buses, the company responsible for a large number of the region’s bus services.

Trevor Garrod, ESTA chairman said: “We in ESTA seek a constructive relationship with all local public transport operators and look forward to hearing about present and possible future developments of First’s services, and how we can work together to promote all train and bus links.”

The meeting will be held in the Gannon Rooms on Station Approach from 2pm.

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