GHA Coaches goes into administration, from Thursday 14th July 201614 July 2016
Bus operator GHA Coaches has gone into administration, and as such will no longer be running services from Thursday 14th July 2016.
T3 Service - Lloyds Coaches
Lloyds Coaches will be running the TrawsCymru T3 service according to the following timetable.
Arriva Buses Wales
Service 5, Wrexham to Llangollen - Arriva will operate this service from Friday 15 July every 30 minutes - timetable HERE
Service 11A, Rhyl to Chester Evening service - Arriva will be covering these journeys as per the GHA times.
Service 36, Ellesmere Port to Halton Lea - Stagecoach will cover this service from Friday 14th - details HERE
Service 51, Rhyl to Ruthin (evening service) - Arriva will be covering these journeys from tonight
Service X51, Denbigh to Wrexham - Unfortunately this service will NOT start on Friday 15th. Arriva will update.
Service 82, Chester to Northwich - Arriva is now running this service - timetable HERE
Service 83, 84, 84A, Rhyl locals Sunday service - Arriva will be covering these journeys - times to be confirmed.
Deeside Services DB1 and DB2 - Arriva will operate these services from tomorrow - timetable to follow
Regular updates are being posted on Denbighshire Council travel page which can be found here.
The latest timetable update can be found here.
Temporary arrangements have been made for the following services operating in Conwy to be operated by Llew Jones:
Service 70 Corwen - Llanwrst (Tuesday)
Service 70 Corwen - Llandudno (Saturday)
Service 71 Corwen - Denbigh (Friday)
Service 71A Denbigh - Llansannan (Friday)
School buses previously ran by GHA Coaches will continue as below:
The Maelor Penley by Pats coaches
Ysgol Morgan Llwyd by Z Cars taxi from Llanarmon DC/Glyn Ceiriog Valley
Dinas Bran by Valentines Travel from Llanarmon DC/Glyn Ceiriog Valley
Llay to Castle Alun by George Edwards
Chirk to St Martins by E Jones & Son
With regard to the regional transport services previously provided by GHA Coaches, Wrexham Council will continue to work in partnership with other authorities and transport companies across the region to mitigate the disruption to services which will inevitably happen. They are doing everything they can to minimise this disruption, however, the loss of such a major transport operator will inevitably have consequences for the immediate future. Please see the statement from Wrexham Council here.
We will keep you updated with more information as it becomes available.
Thank you for your patience.