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Two new free bus routes between Bay Field Hospital, Neath and Port Talbot

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Swansea Bay health board have announced two new free bus routes to help people get to the mass vaccination centre at the Bay Field Hospital from Neath and Port Talbot town centres.

The new routes will be in addition to the existing free bus between Swansea city centre and the field hospital.

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Starting from Saturday 23 October, a new service BFH1 will run on the hour from Bay 4 at Neath Bus Station next to Victoria Gardens. Return services will leave the Bay Field Hospital on the half hour. It will run between 7am and 7.30pm.

Also starting from Saturday 23 October, service BFH2 will run from Bay 7 at Port Talbot Bus Station, stopping at Bay 5 of the interchange at Port Talbot Parkway railway station. Services will run on the hour towards Bay Field Hospital, with return journeys running on the half hour between 7am and 7.30pm.

The two new services, funded by Neath Port Talbot Council, will be operated by Briggs Coaches.

A free bus already operated from Swansea City Centre to the Bay Field Hospital funded by Swansea Council. First Cymru service 9A operates every 20 minutes Monday to Saturday from Bay D at Swansea Bus Station. The service also stops at Sainsbury’s and the Fabian Way Park and Ride. Service 51 runs as required when the Field Hospital is open on Sunday’s and Bank Holidays.

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