As part of our entry for Chesterfield's Festival of Christmas Trees, two of our staff members here at Derbyshire Community Transport (DCT) have found a new use for the soft buses that have usually live in the Welcome Packs!

Joanne Frost (Customer Service Manager) and Bridget Smith (Driver at Ripley depot) have done a fantastic job in creating a tree that showcases the new DCT brand prominently alongside the exisitng CT4TC brand, reminding visitors of the services we offer in their local communities.
(I think thanks are also needed to our team of drivers and passenger assistants, who kindly loaned their own buses to the cause!)

The Festival of Chrismas Trees opened on Saturday 17 November at The Crooked Spire church (also known as the Church of St. Mary and All Saints) and is open to the public daily until Sunday 2 December - details can be found at www.crookedspire.org

If you would like to see more of the pictures from the installation of our very special DCT tree or to keep up-to-date with what we're up to in Derbyshire, please follow our Facebook page at https:/www.facebook.com/derbyshirect/

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