Save the number 22 bus in Woodingdean from being cut on a Sunday
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The proposed cut to the number 22 bus in Woodingdean means that after 6pm on a Sunday residents of Woodingdean will no longer be able to access important parts of the town centre such as the train station, Churchill sq shops, London road shops, cinema, restaurants or friends and family in town. This is an unfair cut on those who live on the outskirts of the City and who have no alternative forms of transport and will affect the most vulnerable members of our village; the elderly, young mums with children and the disabled, the most. All to save only £51,000. Your Conservative Councillors Geoff Wells and Dee Simson are campaigning to "Save the 22" from the Green axe and welcome your support
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