Bridgnorth buses fly to help

Bridgnorth Community Transport Group drivers were asked to help out at a high-flying event in June. The Project Propeller event at Halfpenny Green in June saw over 100 WWII aircrew veterans flown in by light aircraft from all around the country for a special reunion. Bridgnorth Community Transport provided three minibuses to transfer the veterans from the aircraft to the hangar where a ‘street party’ was being held.

BCTG’s Kay Kightley says, “Many thanks to volunteers Steve, Keith and Peter for giving up their day to drive the buses for such a good cause.

“We’re always in need of volunteer drivers to get people around. If this is something you can help with, full training is provided. Contact us on 01746 768539 – we’d be delighted to hear from you!”

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