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Shuttle Bus Update

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SUPPORTERS who use the match-day shuttle buses to and from the Britannia Stadium from Stoke town centre will notice a slight difference to the service from tomorrow onwards.

First Group are taking over the running of the service from Wardles and six of their buses will leave from the usual departure point, on Glebe Street, prior to the game.

However, bus tickets can be purchased from a First Group double decker bus, which will be parked in the bus lane virtually outside Bourne Sports on Church Street.

When the service was operated by Wardles, tickets were purchased from a mini-bus parked with the other buses on Glebe Street. That will no longer be the case.

Post-match buses will depart from the usual pick-up point outside the Britannia Stadium.

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