Steve Carr writes:
When the City Council launched its consultation into the future of the local Link Buses back in January, as the County Councillor for Bramcote and Beeston North, I was contacted by 128 very concerned residents for whom the L10 and L11 are vital services. Indeed, the City Council have now voted to withdraw these bus routes leaving no services from Bramcote and Beeston North to Beeston town centre.
I have been informed by a very disgruntled resident that the local Labour Party plan to leave leaflets hidden around the area. These can be made into toy buses with a picture of their candidate as the driver. The reason they claim is that they are “taking a stance against cuts to local bus services.”
What a childish response to a serious situation.
This will upset and anger local residents. They are well aware who controls the City Council, who lost millions of pounds from the collapse of Robin Hood Energy and who voted for the abolition of our buses.
You can view previous articles about the withdrawal of this bus service.