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Alleynes Academy - Service 14, Yarnfield, D & G Bus

The wearing of a face covering is compulsory whilst using this local service bus.

Timetable from September 2020

Schoolbound - Eccleshall, Castle Street, Newcastle Road, Swynnerton Road, Meece Road, Yarnfield, Yarnfield Lane, Yarnfield Park (turns at roundabout at junction of Yarnfield Parkway), Yarnfield Lane, A34 The Fillybrooks, Stone, Stafford Road, Crown Street, Newcastle Street, Radford Street, Longton Road, Airdale Road, Alleynes Academy.

Homebound - Alleynes Academy, Airdale Road, Oulton Road, Radford Street, Stone, Christchurch Way, Stafford Street, Stafford Road, A34 The Fillybrooks, Yarnfield Lane, Yarnfield Park (turns at roundabout at junction of Yarnfield Parkway) Yarnfield Lane, Meece Road, Swynnerton Road, Newcastle Road, Eccleshall, Castle Street.


Stop (Main timing points)Time

Eccleshall, Castle Street


Yarnfield, Labour-in-Vain


Stone, Crown Street


Stone, Airdale Road rear of Alleynes Academy



Stop (Main timing points)Time

Stone, Airdale Road rear of Alleynes Academy


Stone, Christchurch Way


Yarnfield, Labour-in-Vain


Eccleshall, Castle Street


The name of bus company for this route is D&G Bus.

Telephone D&G Bus company on 01782 332337.

For more information visit the D&G Bus 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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