3rd Town Walk – Sunday 25th June – 12 noon Come along on the 3rd Town Walk arranged by Moorsbus and led by Louise Mudd of Kirkbymoorside History Group. Meet up outside The Lemon Tree Fish & Chips for a gentle stroll around the town, taking in some of the histories behind the streets. It […]
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Our local region of the Co-operative Food and Funeral Care have made us their “Good Cause” until October. This means that 1000s of customers can vote to donate their good cause % of every shopping trip to us, the Moorsbus. How the fund works Every time our members buy Co‑op branded products and services, from […]
The ever popular Moorsbus network of leisure bus services to and across the North York Moors National Park is to restart early this Spring. Moorsbus will also run on twice as many days compared with last year, taking locals and visitors to the heart of some of Britain’s finest countryside every Sunday and Bank Holiday […]
Moorsbus would like to thank everyone who supported our services in 2016. We will be back again as soon as we can in 2017 but in the meantime we need your help. Our services currently cover 50% of their own costs, so we need donations to our Bus Fund. For more details please see our […]
Residents and Visitors – You are invited to a Pickering History Walk on Sunday 25th September Please join us either from 11.15 until 12.30 or from 14.15 until 15.30. Start and finish at Pickering Library Bus Stop Your guide will be Bill Breakell of Friends of Moorsbus It will be a gentle and interesting walk. […]
Final operating day in 2016 for country bus network brings down the curtain on a successful year. Almost a million people tuned into their TV sets on August Bank Holiday Monday to follow passengers on a bus journey into the North Yorkshire countryside – and for those wanting to see more of the county’s rural […]
Friends of Moorsbus Supporters meeting & AGM – Sunday 18th September, 2pm until 3.30 at the The Kings Head Hotel, Kirkbymoorside. All welcome Comments and suggestions can be sent to:- 4 Foundry Cottages, Wrelton, YO18 8PF, or email email@example.com Residents and Visitors – You are invited to a Pickering History Walk on Sunday 25th September […]
Stu Bell, famed walking correspondent for the Whitby Gazette, is going to lead this walk with a difference. He’s the one wearing a Moorsbus “M” badge… Meet at Sinnington crossroads on the A170 at 11:00. Make sure that you give the Rambler and Explorer drivers plenty of warning that you want to stop there. To […]
Low fares and frequent buses to the heart of the North York Moors as expanded network takes to the road. The green and glorious calm amongst the ruins of one of England’s most powerful Cistercian monasteries, or a breathtaking view across the Vale of York to the Pennine hills – just two of the new […]
The Moorsbus runs on Sundays until the end of September, so there’s still time to use it to get to the North York Moors. Next Sunday, the 13th, passengers using the M4 which leaves Pickering at 11:40am and Kirkbymoorside at 11:55am have the chance to access a free 3½ mile guided walk through both the […]
Friends of Moorsbus are looking for a volunteer to help us to keep our membership records up to date. It would involve about an hour per week, using Microsoft Excel, some emails and some paper records, banking cheques about once per month, and helping with “mail-outs” by email and by post. Though our new Sunday […]
The National Park Moorsbus Service of 30 years ended in 2013. However a new but reduced service has been re-started after a campaign by Friends of Moorsbus. Until the end of September 2015, the Moorsbus Community Interest Company will run two Sunday/Bank Holiday buses. The buses and drivers are provided by Arriva North and cover […]
From EYMS: Bank Holiday buses: Our buses run to a Sunday timetable on the Bank Holidays of Monday 4 May and Monday 25 May. Our telephone information service, BusLine, is open from 8.00 am to 8.00 pm every day over both bank holidays, so don’t hesitate to call if you need any advice on getting […]
Dear passengers and supporters. Thank you to everyone who has sent us their name and contact details. A few more people get in touch every week and we are now 480 strong! It makes a difference to be able to say that we have direct contact with so many passengers. Many of our Hull passengers […]
The East Yorkshire bus company has announced a brand new Moors Explorer bus starting on Sunday 25 May. Running every Sunday and bank holiday until 28 September, the bus starts in Hessle, Anlaby, Willerby, Hull, Cottingham and Beverley, and then goes up to the North York Moors, calling at Bainton, Wetwang, North Grimston, Malton, Pickering, […]
A Moorsbus Summit Meeting is planned to look at the possibility of a new, born-again Moorsbus service! Thanks to the many letters, emails, tweets, conversations, blogposts, interviews & press articles that have taken place over recent weeks, this Summit meeting has been planned to take place at the North York Moors National Park headquarters on 26th […]
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