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Henry Smith accuses Crawley Council of delaying Museum move

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Conservative candidate Henry Smith today accused the Labour run Crawley Council of risking thousands of pounds of lottery and tax payers money on delaying the opening of the Crawley Museum in its new location.

In a tweet he posted this morning, Mr Smith said:

According to the candidate the council has been “dragging their feet” approving part of the design which was not up to the original specifications.

Had the council approved it months ago then according to Mr Smith thousands of pounds could have been saved and the museum open.

Crawley Council confirmed that a meeting was due next week to go over the final approval and whilst no-one can confirm until the meeting takes place whether it will all get the go ahead, it is generally felt that there will be no objections.

This of course hasn’t stopped Labour from commenting already:

And who said politics isn’t fun?

 

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Exact money or contactless ONLY says Metrobus

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Metrobus passengers are urged to pay by mobile phone or contactless instead of cash when they board.

Metrobus has announced its drivers will not be able to give out change to those paying by cash from Wednesday 15 April. 

The decision has been made to help reduce the spread of the coronavirus. 

A spokesperson for Metrobus said:

“The bus company would like everybody to pay using the correct money or – better still – to use contactless or mobile phones instead.”

The decision comes as a new timetable is introduced this weekend.

The revised timetable, which was produced in consultation with local councils, continues to honour Metrobus’ commitment to maintaining journeys for key workers, particularly on bus routes serving hospitals. 

Metrobus has also retimed Monday to Friday journeys on route 430 so buses arrive earlier at East Surrey Hospital, after feedback from NHS staff.


Here are the main timetable changes:

•             Route 1 – a revised timetable will be introduced on this service.

•             Route 3 – a revised timetable will be introduced for Sundays – with the 1812 and 2026 departures from Crawley withdrawn and the 2024 departure from Gatwick withdrawn. Further changes to the previous revised timetable for Monday to Saturdays.

•             Route 11 – will not operate.

•             Routes 51, 61 and 65 – will no longer operate on Saturdays. Revised timetables will be introduced for Monday to Fridays.

•             Route 93 and 98 – further changes will occur on these services.

•             Fastway 100 and Route 200 – revised timetables will be introduced on these services.

•             Route 420 and 460 – revised timetables will be introduced on these services.

•             Route 430  – first journey Mondays to Fridays has been retimed to arrive earlier at East Surrey Hospital. No other changes.

•             Route 480 – will operate on Saturday and Sundays only. The Monday to Friday service will not operate.

•             Route 820 – will not operate.

You can find all the detailed, most up-to-date timetable information here.

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