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 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
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, the region’s largest bus company, is continuing to operate its services to emergency timetables to connect key workers and those making essential journeys.
Go North East bus drivers set to wear red, white and blue to commemorate VE Day
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 show their support for NHS heroes once more as buses spell out ‘NHS’
At Go North East’s depot in Sunderland, the company positioned its buses to spell out ‘NHS’, and the on-site workforce clapped and cheered as drivers tooted their horns and flashed their lights.
Go North East pick up silver accolade at North East Tourism Awards
Go North East was recognised for its commitment to providing memorable visitor experiences for everyone, particularly those with accessibility requirements.
Go North East will celebrate key workers tonight with ‘Clap for our Carers’ activities at its depots and regional hospitals
Tonight (Thursday 23 April), the region’s largest bus company, Go North East will celebrate key workers with ‘Clap for our Carers’ 8pm activities across its depots, whilst also joining the NHS at Hexham General Hospital.
Hundreds of Go North East bus drivers spread Easter weekend cheer by wearing colourful clothing in support of fellow key workers
Hundreds of bus drivers, as well as support teams, wore colourful clothing and fancy dress over the weekend to spread some Easter cheer in support of fellow key workers.
Why your bus driver might be wearing bright, colourful clothing this Easter weekend
The Go North East uniform is set to change this Easter weekend, with colourful clothes being worn to champion fellow key workers.
Go North East shines a rainbow over its colleagues and fellow key workers
The company is saying a huge thank you to its colleagues and fellow key workers with a series of initiatives during the coronavirus crisis.
Go North East’s unsung bus drivers and support teams praised by fellow key workers
Praise has flooded in for drivers and support teams who are helping keep the region moving, ensuring key workers, including NHS staff and essential shop workers, can get to their workplaces to provide vital services.
Go North East continues to keep the wheels moving during coronavirus situation with changes from 23 March
At these unprecedented times, the region’s largest bus company, Go North East, are working hard to maintain services but customer demand and available resources are significantly reducing, so from Monday 23 March the bus operator will still be running routes but to Sunday frequencies.