** £2 Fare cap **


Starting from our first service in 2024 on Tuesday 9 January and then throughout 2024, GorranBus will be charging a maximum fare of £2 per single journey. All current fares of £2 and below will stay the same. This does not affect your Concession Cards at all – it just applies to cash and card payments.

So one way fares from St. Gor

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Excursions February 2022

**Excursion**Excursion** 29 Sept 21

We are venturing out on our first excursion for 18 months! It’s to Porthleven on Monday 27 September, leaving GH at 9.30 and the fare is £7. https://www.stayincornwall.co.uk/handbook/locals-guide-porthleven

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We are re-starting our services from Tuesday 20th July with our two runs to Truro. And then every day as usual.

There will be plenty of ventilation in the bus as well as hand sanitiser. In line with the Government requirements, you will still be asked to wear your masks while you are on the bus.

In case you forget your mask, we will have some on the bus which

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As a result of government advice relating to the COVID 19 virus we are reducing our services with effect from Tuesday 24 March. We will only operate our morning and afternoon G3 services to Truro each Tuesday and our G1 Friday service to St Austell. These services will operate as now at the times in our current timetable. All other services on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays are cancelled

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Drivers Social and Exchange

Now numbering nine people – our drivers held a social and exchange of experiences on 10th June 2018.

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New website launch

New Website with Facebook and Twitter links launched on 12th June 2018.

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Who Runs GorranBus?

Your committee is a group of people who felt that it was time something was done to help people affected by their remoteness from urban centres and the lack of adequate transport facilities in Gorran and the surrounding areas. Following a meeting this became the Gorran & District Bus Association Ltd., and is now a registered charity and company with the committee as directors. With help from t

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