Five Rivers Shuttle Bus
It will be great tosee lots of people using it to take advantage of everything the new health and wellbeingcentre has to offerRichard Clewer, chair of the Salisbury Area Board
A new shuttle bus service to help people get to Fiver Rivers Health and Wellbeing Centre from Salisbury city centre is being piloted for a year.
The service, which will run every Thursday starting on 9 June, has been funded by the Salisbury Area Board working with Wessex Community Action.
The pilot is aimed at taking and returning people from the city centre to access facilities at the new Five Rivers Health & Wellbeing Centre.
Richard Clewer, chair of the Salisbury Area Board, said: "I'm delighted we have been able to help fund this useful service. It will be great to see lots of people using it to take advantage of everything the new health and wellbeing centre has to offer."
Return tickets are £2 and buses will run from New Canal and Castle Street (Iceland bus stop).
For more information and a detailed timetable people can contact Bryan Griffiths at email@example.com or on 01722 326822.