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Anger grows over plan to axe Sunday bus service

ALMOST 250 people have signed a petition demanding a national bus company drops its plans to withdraw a Lochaber Sunday bus service.

Stagecoach announced the move as part of its proposed Highland timetables which are set to change on Monday April 24.

The bus giant plans to withdraw its 44 Sunday service between Kinlochleven and Fort William, which currently operates two buses on a Sunday.

Fort William and Ardnamurchan councillor Andrew Baxter started the Route 44 – Save Our Sunday Service petition saying: ‘Stagecoach Highland has sneaked out proposed changes to bus timetables without highlighting they have axed the Sunday service on bus route 44 between Fort William and Kinlochleven.

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