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Arriva Depot tour  in aid of Zoës Place hospice

Well done to all who supported us on Sunday, more donations still coming in too


Zoë's Place's photo.
 

 



Karl Wilton said: "Yesterday was a very exciting time for us at the North West Vehicle Restoration Trust working together with Arriva to show enthusiasts around five of their Merseyside depots."


Enthusiasts got the chance to be treated like a VIP for the day, as they got the chance to go behind the scenes at Arriva topped off with transport from depot to depot in  vintage buses provided by the members of North West Vehicle Restoration Trust.


We managed to raise more than £600 pounds on the day which will be donated to Zoës Place hospice in West Derby, Liverpool.


Thank you to all that attended on Sunday who made it a huge success.


Paul Holdham picking up two exquisitely made bus front advertising vinyls for our Arriva Merseyside charity tour this Sunday in aid of Zoe's Place baby hospice.

 

A big shoutout to Dean and crew at McKenna Brothers for their very kind hard work.

 And fitted to RM1620

 


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    Annual Running and Open Day - Sunday 4th June 2017

     

    The date  for our 6th Annual Running and Open day,is approaching fast  and it promises to be bigger and better than ever!

    As with previous years, there will be a selection of stalls, refreshments available on site

    and from the excellent Pats Cafe a short walk from our premises (Plenty of choice of hot and cold food available here all day

    A network of free bus services operating using resident and visiting vehicles.

    Don't forget to to purchase your Programme on the day (Only £4.00 ) which contains full information  of the days  events & timetables of the vehicles operating the service network

    As in previous years we will be linking with Trains at Liverpool Lime Street

    The boarding stop is in Lime Street outside St Georges Hall  over the road from the station .

    Route 544 will run from here at the following times towards Kirkby

    0915 0945 1015 1045 1115 and then hourly until 1615

    and at Kirkby Station

    Route 96 will run from here at 1015 and every 30 minutes until 1615

    There is no car parking available on site however plenty of car parking nearby  ,we suggest the right hand side of Lees Road just past the Charleywood road junction .

    Something carried over from previous events will be a grand launch of  newly restored vehicles that will be making their debut on the day, exclusive to all who attend, as well as the appearance of a very unusual exhibit from Kirkby, who knows, maybe even two!...

    Any questions about the event should be directed to our Email address info @nwvrt.co.uk

    Sat Nav of the site is L33 7SG