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Open top bus services return in June – including two new routes

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Regional bus operator First Cymru are launching their open top services once again this June.

Two new open-top bus routes in Tenby and Aberavon are joining the company’s existing Mumbles and Porthcawl summer services.

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Launching on Thursday 2 June, the Cymru Coaster Service 1 to Mumbles will run hourly during daytime 7 days a week, taking customers from Swansea Bus Station to Bracelet Bay via the Marina, The Slip, Blackpill (Lido) and Oystermouth Square.

Also from Thursday 2 June, the Porthcawl Cymru Coaster Service 99, in partnership with Visit Bridgend and Trecco Bay Holiday Park, will operate hourly during daytime from Trecco Bay Holiday Park to Rest Bay, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, Sunday and public holidays.

From Monday 6 June, the new Aberavon Coaster, will operate hourly during daytime from Port Talbot bus station all along the Esplanade, Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays. But it will not operate on any public holidays.

From Thursday 2 June the new Tenby Coaster will operate hourly during daytime from Tenby (South Parade) before heading to Saundersfoot Harbour via Tenby Esplanade and New Hedges. This service operates on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sunday.

Jane Reakes-Davies, Managing Director for First Cymru said:“It is an exciting time for everyone at First as we launch these new leisure services starting this Spring Bank Holiday weekend.

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“The open-top routes will give many people a new opportunity to have a great day out and experience the Swansea Bay and Porthcawl coastline from a different perspective, with beautiful views on the top deck. The services will also attract day visitors to the area and provide a much-needed boost to the local economy.”

(Lead image: First Cymru)

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