East Sussex County Council say they are doing everything they can to ensure the minimum amount of disruption is caused in the county following the collapse of local bus company Countryliner.
Hundreds of school children will experience delays to their travel to school this morning after the company went into administration late yesterday afternoon.
School and public bus services will be severely disrupted tomorrow morning after a bus company went into administration.
Countryliner Sussex Ltd collapsed at 5pm today.
The following services will be affected.
121 Newick - Chailey - Cooksbridge - Lewes
125 Barcombe - Cooksbridge - Lewes - Glynde - Alfriston
127 Lewes Landport Estate
128 Lewes Town
166 Lewes - Plumpton Green - Wivelsfield Green - Haywards Heath
254 Tunbridge Wells - Frant - Wadhurst - Ticehurst - Hawkhust
256 Tunbridge Wells to Uplands Community College (School Journeysonly)
258 Kilndown - Lamberhurst - Wadhurst
259 Bodle Street - Wartling - Cowbeech - Heathfield CommunityCollege
261 Uckfield - Maresfield - Nutley - Chelwood Gate - Forest Row - EGrinstead
304/305 Hastings - Battle - Roberstbridge - Hurst Green - Hawkhurst
824 Village Rider serving Lewes, Plumpton Green, Wivelsfield Green,Ditchling, Burgess Hill
Transport to the following schools and colleges will be affected:
Chailey School, St Peters CE School, Chailey; Uckfield Community Technology College; Ringmer Academy; Wivelsfield County Primary; Uplands Community College, Wadhurst
Heathfield Community College; Robertsbridge Community College; Claverham Community College; Battle Priory School, Lewes; Sussex Downs College, Lewes; Warden Park School, Cuckfield; Sackville School, East Grinstead.
A tractor and trailer have overturned in West Sussex spilling thousands of cucumbers onto a roundabout.
The accident happened on the A27 Chichester By-pass, at the A286 Stockbridge Road roundabout.
One lane is currently closed