Free bus of­fer

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Bus op­er­a­tor First Bus is pro­vid­ing a free sin­gle jour­ney to all Armed Forces per­son­nel, vet­er­ans and cadets trav­el­ling to ser­vices and events across Scot­land for Re­mem­brance Sun­day.

All Armed Forces per­son­nel, vet­er­ans and cadets show­ing their uni­form and badges or a recog­nised ID badge can claim a free sin­gle jour­ney up to 1pm on Sun­day as they travel to Re­mem­brance Day com­mem­o­ra­tions.

The con­ces­sion by one of Scot­land’s big­gest bus op­er­a­tor is in hon­our of all the fallen and the sur­viv­ing vet­er­ans of con­flict and it means that ser­vices across all three op­er­at­ing com­pa­nies through­out Scot­land in First Aberdeen, First Glas­gow and First Scot­land East will be hon­our­ing the of­fer.

An­drew Jarvis, man­ag­ing direc­tor of First Scot­land, said:“Re­mem­brance Sun­day is an im­por­tant and solemn re­minder of the sac­ri­fices made by so many in our Armed Forces and this year for the 100th an­niver­sary we wanted to do some­thing to mark the oc­ca­sion.

“We hope this con­ces­sion on our ser­vices will make it as easy as pos­si­ble for as many vet­er­ans, Armed Forces per­son­nel and cadets to at­tend the var­i­ous Re­mem­brance ser­vices and events.”

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