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Notts Pride: NCT unveils new bus and announces service changes for Nottinghamshire Pride

Nottingham City Transport unveils its new Pride Bus, which will attend Nottingham’s Pride March on Saturday 30th July.

Notts Pride Chair Leigh Ellis and Nottingham City Councillor Angharad Roberts recently joined Chloe, Nicola and Bex from NCT to officially launch the bus.

Our bright and colourful Pride bus will operate across all of our double deck routes for several years to come.

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On Saturday 30th July, NCT will be donating 10p from every day ticket sold to the Notts LGBT+ Network, who have been proudly supporting the Nottinghamshire LGBT+ Community since 1975.

Some bus services will also divert on Saturday 30th July whilst the Pride March makes its way through the City Centre.

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From start of service until approx. 20:00, Green 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11; Navy 49 and Turquoise 77, 78, 79/A will not serve Fletcher Gate or George Street. Buses will divert via Canal Street, Bellar Gate and Cranbrook Street to reach Lower Parliament Street.

From approx. 11am until the March passes through the Old Market Square, Navy 1, 3, 48, 49; Green 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11; Orange 35, 36 and Red 50 will not be able to serve the Old Market Square area.

 

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