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Route 7 (Week 2-Tuesday)

 CommunityStop  Times
 Stonnall  Main Street  9.30 - 10.00
Drayton Bassett  Church  10.25 - 11.25
 Mile Oak  George Avenue  11.40 -12.25 
   Lunch  12.25 - 12.55
Amington  Florendine Street  1.10 - 1.40 
Hopwas Bus lay-by 1.55 - 2.10
Whittington Barracks Houses 2.20 - 2.35
Whittington Village Village Hall 2.45 - 4.15
Swinfen The Drive 4.30 - 4.45

Dates of visits 2019/20

2019

9, 23 April; 7, 21 May; 4, 18 June; 2, 16, 30 July; 13, 27 August; 10, 24 September; 8, 22 October; 5, 19 November; 3, 17, 31  December

2020

14, 28 January; 11, 25 February; 10, 24 March

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