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6:02am 24th March 2014

Officials insist school buses in Cornwall will run as normal on Monday morning - despite an operator shutting down.

DAC Coaches in Gunnislake called it a day on Friday after more than thirty years.

The council says pick up places and times stay the same.

School/College Services:  Pick-up times and locations are unchanged

Callington Community College

CAL104 – Calstock – will be operated by C J Down Coaches – phone: 01822 810242

CAL105 – St Dominick - will be operated by C J Down Coaches – phone: 01822 810242

CAL108 – Pillaton – will be operated by Plymouth Citybus – phone: 01752 264224   

CAL109 – Blunts, Quethiock - will be operated by C J Down Coaches – phone: 01822 810242

CAL111 – Pensilva - will be operated by Caradon Riviera Tours – phone: 01579 362226

CAL113 – Rilla Milla, Linkinhorne - will be operated by Caradon Riviera Tours – phone: 01579 362226

CAL114 - Stoke Climsland - will be operated by Caradon Riviera Tours – phone: 01579 362226

CAL116 – Luckett - will be operated by Target Travel – phone: 01752 242000

CAL117 – Latchley – will be operated by Girlings Coaches – phone: 01752 337824   

Liskeard School & Community College

LIS109 – Budges Shop, Doddy Cross - will be operated by Jackett’s Coaches – phone: 01822 832304

Launceston College

LAU007 – Laneast, Pipers Pool – will be operated by Group Travel – phone: 01208 77989

Cornwall College Saltash

SC0021 – Pensilva, Liskeard – will be operated by Caradon Riviera Tours – phone: 01579 362226

Local Bus Services: Timings may alter, please check with the new operator

Service 236 Liskeard – Launceston - will be operated by Group Travel – phone: 01208 77989

Service 283 Menheniot – Liskeard – St Neot - will be operated by Jackett’s Coaches – phone: 01822 832304

Service 79 Callington – Tavistock – will be operated by both Plymouth Citybus - phone: 01752 264224 and Western Greyhound – phone: 01637 871871

6:02am 24th March 2014

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