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Go North East team to celebrate over £10,000 raised for local charities and other worthy causes at Thursday’s clap

Go North East team to celebrate over £10,000 raised for local charities and other worthy causes at Thursday’s clap

News   •   May 27, 2020 17:22 BST

They will celebrate the achievement with a giant two metre social distanced charity cheque at this Thursday’s clapping for the NHS, carers and fellow key workers.

Service changes from Monday 1 June

Service changes from Monday 1 June

News   •   May 26, 2020 13:36 BST

From 1 June, in line with guidance from the government, our buses will be returning to what can be considered our ‘normal’ level of service.

Go North East team members will again wear colourful clothing this bank holiday weekend

Go North East team members will again wear colourful clothing this bank holiday weekend

News   •   May 22, 2020 08:49 BST

Bus drivers and other colleagues at the company have been encouraged to wear colourful clothes, instead of their usual uniform, to recognise the fantastic effort they have displayed during the coronavirus crisis.

Go North East champions its team members with thank you video

Go North East champions its team members with thank you video

News   •   May 15, 2020 13:20 BST

Go North East championed its team members in a thank you video, following weeks of praising fellow key workers during the weekly ‘Clap for our Carers’ activities.

Go North East team members donning football shirts this weekend to mark the end of the season as they approach £10,000 raised for charity and other worthy causes

Go North East team members donning football shirts this weekend to mark the end of the season as they approach £10,000 raised for charity and other worthy causes

News   •   May 15, 2020 11:52 BST

Go North East is set to break the £10,000 barrier this weekend by wearing football shirts to mark what should have been the end of the season and raise further money, as well as spread some cheer during these challenging times.

Go North East spread bank holiday weekend cheer by wearing red, white and blue to commemorate VE Day

Go North East spread bank holiday weekend cheer by wearing red, white and blue to commemorate VE Day

News   •   May 11, 2020 17:21 BST

Hundreds of bus drivers, as well as support teams, wore red, white and blue, and fancy dress, over the bank holiday weekend to spread some cheer and commemorate the 75th anniversary of VE Day.

Go North East buses continue to operate with emergency timetables for key workers and essential journeys

Go North East buses continue to operate with emergency timetables for key workers and essential journeys

News   •   May 11, 2020 15:12 BST

Go North East, the region’s largest bus company, is continuing to operate its services to emergency timetables to connect key workers and those making essential journeys.

Team members from Go North East’s Sunderland depot support local community

Team members from Go North East’s Sunderland depot support local community

News   •   May 07, 2020 09:34 BST

The team have raised around £2,500 to buy toiletries for the NHS and have set off on a number of new initiatives to further support the community.

Go North East bus drivers set to wear red, white and blue to commemorate VE Day

Go North East bus drivers set to wear red, white and blue to commemorate VE Day

News   •   May 06, 2020 08:49 BST

​This bank holiday weekend, Go North East is doing things a little differently in an effort to bring a bit of cheer and smiles to people’s faces, and make the whole weekend stand out compared to any other during lockdown.

Go North East team members create COVID-19 theatrical production and raise money for University Hospital of North Durham’s children’s ward

Go North East team members create COVID-19 theatrical production and raise money for University Hospital of North Durham’s children’s ward

News   •   May 04, 2020 17:04 BST

Team members at Go North East’s depot in Consett have created a theatrical production explaining life on the buses during lockdown and have also raised money for the Treetops Children’s Ward at University Hospital of North Durham.