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Evening public transport secured for the North Show

Evening public transport secured for the North Show

Wednesday 24 August 2022

Evening public transport secured for the North Show

Wednesday 24 August 2022


Additional evening bus services, delivered by private operators, will be provided for attendees of the North Show tonight and tomorrow.

Buses will depart Saumarez Park to town and the Bridge at 22:20 and 23:20 on both evenings.

The Committee for the Environment & Infrastructure has liaised with organisers of the event to provide the services and help islanders get home from the event.

Tickets can be purchased at the North Show’s Seating Tickets Stall - next to the Committee Tent - for £2 each. The buses will depart from La Haye du Puits, just up the road from the park.

CT Plus, the islands’ bus service provider, previously announced that late-night transport for events must be organised with private operators to ensure they can focus on their existing day-time services. 

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Pictured: The programme of events for this year’s North Show, with two nights of live music thanks to support from Bailiwick Express and Healthspan. 

CT Plus scheduled services are available earlier in the evenings - A service on the 41 route will depart Town at 21:00 both nights and, with a one-way system in place because of the North Show, will pass by La Haye du Puits and Route de Cobo. 

The S2 service, currently operating weekdays, will depart Town at 20:35 following the same route past Saumarez Park. 

The Guernsey North Show and Battle of Flowers has partnered with Bailiwick Express and Healthspan for this year’s two-day event.

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