Posted: Wed 24th Dec 2014

Christmas Bus Times – Deeside

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Dec 24th, 2014

Arriva Buses Wales services will operate as normal except for:

Christmas Eve:

  • No 10 | 1910 to Chester arrives in Connah’s Quay at 1950
  • No 10 | 1855 to Connah’s Quay arrives in Chester 1935

Normal service until approximately 7pm when buses will start to finish – click here for a full list of last journey times.

Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day:
No services will operate.

New Year’s Eve:

  • No 10 |1910 to Chester arrives in Connah’s Quay at 1950
  • No 10 | 1855 to Connah’s Quay arrives in Chester 1935

Normal service until approximately 7pm when buses will start to finish – click here for a full list of last journey times.

Services return to normal on Friday 2nd January 2015.

Full Christmas timetable click here.

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