Improvements to Public Transport in the Bryneglwys Area
With effect from Monday, December 3, 2018, the Council has made its own drivers available to residents in the Bryneglwys and Llandegla areas who currently rely on volunteers for essential public transport journeys.
The service will be available Mondays to Fridays between 0930 and 1430 to local residents principally to connect at Llandegla to the X51 bus service for onward travel to Ruthin or Wrexham. Other journey opportunities may also be available including direct transport to Ruthin. Passengers are asked to contribute £2 return to the cost of travel.
The service is provided with the help of the South Denbighshire Community Partnership (SDCP).
To book, passengers should contact the SDCP on 01490 266004 up to 1500 on the day before travelling. Monday journeys require a booking on the preceding Friday. Journeys need to be within the scheme guidelines, available from the SDCP on the above number or the Council's Passenger Transport department on 01824 706982. All journeys under the Council scheme are subject to the conditions of travel and driver availability (i.e. drivers may be used in other areas). The Council continues to provide a return taxi link on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays for any resident from Bryneglwys at 0925 to Llandegla for the X51 bus for Wrexham. This is operated by AAA Taxis of Ruthin and passengers will no longer need to book this: it will now operate without the need to telephone the operator ahead.