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Fleet Additions

4 May 2014


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Mainline Coaches is delighted to add four new Bova Futura executive coaches with 49 and 57 seats to our fleet for 2014. The Futura name has a long history with Mainline having purchased the first model over 15 years ago, the Futura has stood for comfort, efficiency, attractive design and with spacious interior it’s a perfect fit for our comfort requirements.

Another addition expands our very popular executive mini-bus fleet with a top of the range 16 seat Mercedes EVM Sprinter. The Mercedes interior is finished in super-soft tan leather and suede and features a glass roof to make the most of the summer sun in the months ahead.

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4 May 2014


Mainline Coaches are delighted to be involved with the Welsh Commonwealth Games team. We will be transporting the teams of world class athletes to Glasgow to do Wales proud at the Commonwealth Games during July and August.

Before all this starts Mainline will be the transport supplier for the Queens Baton Relay in Wales and the Commonwealth Games Mascot Clyde, taking the baton and Clyde around Wales for the last week in May… so look out we could be in your town or village very soon.

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Dreams and Wishes Visit Number 10

8 January 2014


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During Christmas Mainline Coaches provided transport to London for the Dreams and Wishes charity. Dreams & Wishes is a charity dedicated to helping seriously ill children by making their dreams and wishes come true. Spending the day as VIPs, the children visited the House of Commons and 10 Downing Street before wrapping the day up with a ride on the London Eye. The children and their families were given a tour around the Speaker’s quarters of the House of Commons where they enjoyed lunch with the Speaker himself.

10 Downing Street was the group’s next stop as they enjoyed a behind the scenes tour of the building. The group were surprised by another special guest as they were joined by Strictly Come Dancing star Christina Rihanoff who posed for pictures with the children.
Also pictured Ann Oatley receiving an award on behalf of Mainline from the speaker of the house of commons for outstanding contribution to Charity.

The next stop was the London Eye, Tony Curtis MBE, chairman of the charity, said: “It was an absolutely fantastic and memorable day for all of the children and their families. We’re really happy that we’re able to keep bringing the children on these trips as they create such great memories and we thank Mainline for all their support.”

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