Seven year old creates new image for Malpas Shuttle Bus

SEVEN year old Robyn Hearn wins poster competition and is rewarded with free trip to Delamere Forest. 

Robyn and 11 of her school friends from Tushingham-with-Grindley Church of England Primary School were taken by bus to a shelter building course as a reward for winning the poster competition.

The winning poster that now advertises Malpas shuttle service (Pic: Cheshire West and Cheshire)

The winning poster that now advertises Malpas shuttle service (Pic: Cheshire West and Cheshire)

A fulfilled day saw the children build shelters in the forest and toast marshmallows around a camp fire.

The poster of the Malpas Shuttle Bus is now on display in the village to encourage people to use the service.

The idea for the poster competition came from Malpas Councillor Ann Wright who said: “It is great to see the bus being used by the young people.

“As a community we must make use of the shuttle bus which is available for everyone to use, regardless of their age or ability.”

Headteacher Kath Shephard said: “The children had a fantastic day in the forest building shelters and plenty of laughs around the campfire.”

“Here at Tushingham School we are delighted to help promote the Malpas Shuttle bus.”

For more information about Delamere please visit:

ttp://www.visitdelamere.co.uk/

To view shuttle buses  services in Chester please visit:

http://www.cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk/residents/transport_and_roads/public_transport/bus_timetables,_route_maps_and/flexible_shuttle_bus_services.aspx

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