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John Taylor High School - Service 807 Beamhill, Anslow, Rangemore, Mid Classic

Closed service for school pupils only

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

Timetable from September 2020

Schoolbound - Beam Hill, Beamhill Road, Anslow, Main Street, Anslow Gate, Hanbury Road, Belmot Road, Needwood, Rangemore Hill, Tatenhill Common, Tatenhill Lane, Tatenhill, Dunstall Road, Barton Under Needwood, John Taylor High School.

Homebound - Barton Under Needwood, Dunstall Lane, Tatenhill, Tatenhill Lane, Tatenhill Common, Rangemore, Rangemore Hill, Needwood, Belmot Road, Hanbury Road, Anslow Main Street, Beamhill Road, Beam Hill.


Stop (Main timing points)


Beam Hill, Beacon Inn                                


Anslow, Moseley School


Rangemore Club                                      




John Taylor High School



Stop (Main timing points)



John Taylor High School




Rangemore Club                                      


Anslow, Moseley School


Beam Hill, Beacon Inn                                


Please note that all return times 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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