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.
The County Council has taken action to ensure that at a minimum those services that provide journeys to and from school operate on Tuesday 9 October in the morning and afternoon. This will mean children should be able get to and from school as normal but expect delays. It is likely there will be disruption to bus services throughout the day
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