Wensley residents support the No 5 Bus

Transport Executive in February to tell them how important the number 5 bus is to the estate.

As the only bus that comes to Wensley, the No.5 is vital for older residents to get their shopping in Firth Park and town.

Despite possible funding cuts, SYPTE said they were committed to maintaining the service and would encourage better promotion but an extra Saturday service would not be possible.Building work at Whiteways had affected reliability at times but the service should run smoothly again from March.

SYPTE encouraged residents to report any problems directly to them or to local councillors.

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