The coach company have made a new addition to their SF3 route to include a pick-up from Wells Bus and Coach Station, Princes Road, due to increasing demand.
Serving the city daily, it will pick up at 7.30am Monday to Friday and 8.55am on Sunday, returning at 10pm Monday to Saturday and 9.15pm on Sunday.
Unlike some other businesses, the fares have not increased – proving value for a truly excellent service, say the company.
2020 is a particularly exciting year for Berrys Coaches as it is the 100th anniversary of the family-run business. Started back in 1920, they have become one of the South West’s leading coach businesses.
Centenary celebrations have had to change slightly due to ongoing global issues, but they have been pleased to announce a new addition to their growing fleet of vehicles. On July 21 they welcomed a new luxury double-decker coach, that was purchased for the London Superfast Service.
Stuart Berry, managing director for Berrys Coaches, said: “As a team, we are thrilled to be back on the road and serving our loyal customers again.
“We’ve been wanting to include Wells and now due to popular demand, we’ve been able to add the beautiful city to our SF3 route. It’s clear from our customers that they are eager to travel to London and return to the ‘new normal’ since the easing of lockdown restrictions.With London tourist attractions reopening, there is so much to see and do in our capital city.
“We have put in place extensive safety measurements, and are confident that our customers will be happy and safe on board all of our vehicles.
“We thank everyone who has supported us as a local family run business, and cannot wait to see what the next 100 years will bring to Berrys Coaches.”
Before travelling, customers are asked to read through the new safety measures, which can be found on berryscoaches.co.uk