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Reader’s Letter: Fears of a cut in subsidies for bus services in Great Yarmouth area

PUBLISHED: 16:21 21 October 2017 | UPDATED: 16:21 21 October 2017

Market Gates bus station

Market Gates bus station

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It is rumoured that Norfolk County Council are looking in the latest spending round to maybe cut subsidies for local bus services.

As usual it will be rural buses that would be most affected, although at present no details have been put forward.

ENTUA feels it to be a total disgrace to look at withdrawing support for some essential bus services especially when you consider the amount of local public money being spent on road building.

STEVE HEWITT, East Norfolk Transport Users Association

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