Starting with a single route operating one day a week, South Pennine Community Transport has expanded to provide services focused on complementing public transport provision in the villages and small towns of part of West Yorkshire and three adjoining local authority areas

One of South Pennine’s Ford Transits, with yellow destination and number boards in the windscreen, operating last February on hourly Colne Valley service 938, which on six days a week links Blackmoorfoot, Slaithwaite and hillside communities around Marsden with the village centre and railway station on the Huddersfield-Manchester line.

From the most modest of beginnings not quite six years ago, South Pennine Community Transport has grown into a significant, if still small scale provider of public transport in West Yorkshire and adjoining local authority areas.

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