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Coleg Cambria students encouraged to “make their own way into college” on Monday after D Jones & Son ceases trading

NOTE: This content is old - Published: Sunday, Dec 17th, 2017.

Students who travel to Coleg Cambria on a D Jones & Son bus have been advised there will be no alternative service available on Monday morning – with students encouraged to make their own way to the college.

Yesterday Wrexham.com reported that bus company Bus company D Jones & Son had announced they were to ‘cease trading’ after their last operation on Saturday 16th December.

Buses had been the family trade since the late 1960’s, and is most recently known with their familiar blue and white livery. The Acrefair based company ran over 20 vehicles in the Wrexham area.

Yesterday Lead Member for Environment and Transport confirmed that “despite the late notice, the council has been able to secure alternative transport arrangements for entitles students for next week.” This is in relation to schools in the county borough.

Today Coleg Cambria had confirmed that there would be no bus service for students who used the D Jones & Son service on Monday morning.

A statement released by the college, says: “The transport company D Jones and Son has ceased trading from 16th December.

“Unfortunately there will be no service for students that use this bus service on Monday morning.

“Students are encouraged to make their own way into college on Monday morning and report into student services who will then advise on alternative transport arrangements. Please keep all receipts if using public transport.”

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