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Abbot Beyne School - Service 801, 8, 9, Horninglow, Midland Classic

801 is a closed service for school pupils only.

The wearing of a face covering is highly recommended on this service.

Routes 8 and 9 are local bus service. The wearing of a face covering is compulsory on these services.

Timetable from 8 March 2021

Schoolbound - Service 801 - Burton, Queen’s Hospital, Belvedere Road, Calais Road, Horninglow Road North, Rolleston Road, Bitham Lane, Bridge Street, Main Street, Princess Way, Derby Road, Horninglow Street, Wetmore Road, Bridge Street, Newton Road, Bearwood Hill Road, adj Kensington Road.

Homebound - Service 801:  Bearwood Hill Road, opposite Balmoral Road, Newton Road, Bridge Street, Horninglow Street, Derby Road, Princess Way, Main Street, Bridge Street, Bitham Lane, Rolleston Road, Horninglow Road North, Calais Road, Belvedere Road, Queen’s Hospital.

Service 8 - Winshill, Bearwood Hill Road, Burton Bridge, High Street, New Street, Union Street, Station Street, Borough Road, King Edward Place, St Paul's Square, St Paul's Street West, Shobnall Street, Dalow Street, Belvedere Road, Queens Hospital.

Service 9 - Winshill, Bearwood Hill Road, Burton Bridge, High Street, New Street, Union Street, Station Street, Borough Road, Wellington Street, Waterloo Street, Victoria Crescent, Horniglow Road, Harper Avenue, St John's Road, St Luke's Road, St Mary's Drive, Rolleston Road, Dover Road, Westfield Road, Longmead Road, Wyggeston Street, Calais Road, Belvedere Road, Queens Hospital.


Stop (Main timing points)Time - Service 801
Queen’s Hospital 0722
Horninglow Church 0727
Stretton, Church 0733
Derby Road, opposite Sydney Street 0738
Derby Turn 0740
Winshill, Bearwood Hill Road, adj Kensington Road 0748


Stop (Main timing points)Time - Service 801Times - Service 8Times - Service 9
Winshill, Bearwood Hill Road, opp Balmoral Road 1520 1513 1529
Derby Turn 1527 -- --
Derby Road, opposite Sydney Street 1529 -- --
Burton, New Street -- 1527 1542
Burton, Rail Station -- 1535 1555
Stretton, Church 1534 -- --
Horninglow, Andressey Corner -- 1542 --
Horninglow, Harper Avenue -- -- 1602
Horninglow, Longmead Road -- -- 1610
Horninglow Church 1540 -- --
Queen’s Hospital 1545 1545 1614

Please note: all return times on the 801 are estimates and will depend on the actual time the bus is able to leave the school.

The name of the bus company for this route is Midland Classic.

Telephone Midland Classic bus company on 01283 500228.

For more information visit Midland Classic website.

How to use the bus - Locate the correct bus stop, bus service numbers are generally displayed on bus stop signs or on the timetable panel. Services can be displayed together, so check the sign for your service number. Another way to find your nearest bus stop is to use the Traveline website.

Signal the bus to stop - As the bus approaches, check the route number and destination displayed on the front of the bus. Raise your arm as a signal to the driver that you want the bus to stop.

When you want to get off - Simply press the bell once, as you approach the stop where you want to get off, stay seated until the bus stops. If you are unsure where your bus stops ask the driver for help when you get on the bus.

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