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New Norwich and Birmingham Coach Route Launched

Leading low cost coach operator today (12 May) announced the introduction of a new route across the West Midlands and East of England.
The company – part of international transport group Stagecoach – has once again partnered with Freestones Coaches to deliver the new route that links Birmingham to Norwich, with fares starting from just £1*.

From Monday 22 May passengers will be able to use the M37 service to travel between Norwich-University of East Anglia- Cambridge- Coventry- Birmingham. The service will offer one trip in each direction on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays. is also moving the Coventry city centre stop for all services from Cannon Park to stand D at Pool Meadow Bus Station. With a range of other services travelling from the same stop, the move opens up a range of opportunities for customers wanting to travel to London, Bristol, Liverpool, Leicester, Manchester, Newcastle and Nottingham, to name a few. Managing Director Edward Hodgson said: “This new route is great news for customers wanting to travel between the West Midlands and East Anglia. Also, by offering a new route at the University of East Anglia we’re giving a new affordable transport option to students wanting to get home at the end of term.”
Fares on every journey start from just £1*. All services will operate using state-of-the-art vehicles with free Wifi, power sockets, air conditioning and a toilet.

* offers fares from just £1 (plus 50p booking fee)