Thursday, 7 May 2020

Go North East VE Day Commemorations



This bank holiday weekend, Go North East is making an effort to bring a bit of cheer and smiles to people’s faces, and make the whole weekend stand out compared to any other during lockdown.
Bus drivers and other colleagues at the company have been encouraged to wear red, white and blue clothing over the weekend, instead of their usual uniform, to commemorate VE Day.
So, if passengers are making an essential journey this bank holiday weekend, they might be surprised if they are greeted by a friendly driver dressed from head to toe in red, white and blue, be it their casual clothes or even fancy dress.
Go North East buses will continue to run to emergency timetables, catering for key worker journeys and essential travel only.

Martijn Gilbert, managing director at Go North East, said: “We know things can seem a little repetitive under lockdown so, like we did at Easter, we’re hoping to add a little colour and cheer to the bank holiday weekend.
“It’s also a time of reflection and gives our workforce the opportunity to commemorate VE Day.”
To view emergency timetables, including those over the bank holiday weekend, visit www.gonortheast.co.uk/coronavirus.

Addition to the above posting



Go North East have issued the above pictures of the weekend show a selection of staff wearing their red, white and blue, celebrating the weekend.

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