VIP Visit to Nottingham City Transport’s Upper Parliament Street and Trent Bridge facilities
Saturday 3rd June – Visit to Nottingham City Transport’s Upper Parliament Street and Trent Bridge facilities
We consider this to be something of a ‘VIP’ excursion with Nottingham City Transport’s Managing Director David Astill leading the visit at NCT’s Upper Parliament Street and Trent Bridge facilities.
Pick up points for the journey will be:
Hinckley Road (Opposite Nisa) – 8:40 am
Hinckley Road (Holmfield Avenue) – 8:45 am
Hinckley Road (Western Park) – 8:50 am
Hinckley Road (Mostyn Street) – 8:55 am
St. Nicholas Circle (Jewry Wall Museum layby) – 9:05 am
London Road (St. James the Greater Church) – 9:15 am
London Road (opposite Stoneygate Tram Depot layby) – 9:20 am
Narborough Road South (Post House Hotel) – 9:40 am
Arrive Nottingham City Transport (Upper Parliament Street) approx. 10:30 am
After about an hour we will move on to Trent Bridge garage. Anticipated departure from Trent Bridge back to Leicester will be at 1.30 pm.
A Hi-Viz vest will be required to be worn when at the NCT premises.
Cost – £20 for LTHT members and £25 non-members, payable at time of booking.
To book a seat please use the booking link by clicking HERE, or alternatively contact Mike Greenwood (firstname.lastname@example.org / 07712 458862).