Mayflower 400 bus launched by Plymouth Town Crier

Sep 23, 2019

A bus dedicated to the Mayflower 400 commemorations has been proudly launched by the Plymouth Town Crier and a host of volunteer 'Mayflower Makers'.

The new bus has been specially designed to promote the 2020 programme of events in Plymouth and will travel around the city between now and the end of next year.

It was unveiled outside Plymouth Guildhall by the new Town Crier for Mayflower 400 John Pitt and a team of Mayflower Makers - the volunteers who will support the year of Mayflower 400 and help spread the word about the anniversary commemorations.

Mayflower 400 bus

The bus will travel on Plymouth Citybus routes adorned with its message about the exciting events in Plymouth, which begin with Illuminate this November.

For more information view our dedicated Plymouth page and you can learn more about volunteering as a Mayflower Maker here.

Picture credit: One Plymouth. Pictured left is Town Crier John Pitt. Pictured right are Mayflower Makers Colin Briggs, Kim Cox, Nick Crawford-Jepson, Adam Dew, Dionne Haynes, Sue Honey, Marie Kay, James Kay, Trudi Leon-Martin, Rachel Mathis, Neil Minion, Marilyn Nicholas, Rose Padwick, Kay Ringwood, Paul Spray, Wendy Townsend 

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