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Friday, 12 June 2020

Faresaver Buses Timetables Are Changing From Monday 15th June



Timetables on all Faresaver services, including Colerne-Chippenham & Colerne-Bath, are changing from Monday 15th June.

The 33, 228 and 273 services will operate a special timetable. The 44 service will operate a Saturday timetable Monday - Saturday. Details of these timetables can be found HERE

All other services will revert to their normal pre-covid timetables - these can be viewed HERE

Also from Monday concessionary passes will only be valid after 0900 in Bath on weekdays, all day on weekends. In Wiltshire and Somerset they can still be used all day until further notice.

Finally, if you are using the bus from Monday, please remember that a face covering should be worn unless you have any of the following.....

1 - Breathing difficulties and other respiratory conditions.
2 - Conditions effecting their dexterity, meaning they are not able to put on a face covering.
3 - Mental health conditions such as anxiety or panic disorders.
4 - Other non-visible disabilities such as autism.
5 - Cognitive impairments, including dementia, who may not understand or remember the need to wear a face covering.
6 - Visual impairments, with a restricted field of vision, particularly if any residual vision is at the lower edge of the normal field of view.
7 - Impairments which would make it difficult to put on or take off a face covering safely, accurately, consistently or without pain.
8 - Under the age of 11 or on dedicated home to school transport.

DfT expect everyone to wear a face covering if they can. The above list of exemptions is not exhaustive and would extend to someone who has a justifiable reason for not wearing one on the grounds of health or disability not outlined above.