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EYMS Big Bus Day 2015 - LeeCalder - 10 Sep 2015

Big Bus Day 2015 is nearly here!

Come to Hull's Streetlife Museum on Saturday 19 September, 10am-4pm, for lots of bus-related fun, including:

- Display of vintage and modern buses (special guest buses to be announced shortly).
- Open top and vintage bus rides.
- The EYMS Brass Band.
- Bus games and family fun.
- Bus memorabilia, photos and models for sale.
- See the winning entries of the EYMS photography competition.
- Big Bus Trail around the museum.
- Facepainting.
- Punch & Judy.
- Look around the amazing Streetlife Museum of Transport.
- And much more...!

It's free entry, and proceeds from donations/games etc go to the NSPCC.

See our Big Bus Day Facebook page for more details - we had over 7,000 visitors last year!

See you there!


RE: EYMS Big Bus Day 2015 - BusLoverMum - 11 Sep 2015

(10 Sep 2015, 11:34 pm)LeeCalder Wrote: Big Bus Day 2015 is nearly here!

Come to Hull's Streetlife Museum on Saturday 19 September, 10am-4pm, for lots of bus-related fun, including:

- Display of vintage and modern buses (special guest buses to be announced shortly).
- Open top and vintage bus rides.
- The EYMS Brass Band.
- Bus games and family fun.
- Bus memorabilia, photos and models for sale.
- See the winning entries of the EYMS photography competition.
- Big Bus Trail around the museum.
- Facepainting.
- Punch & Judy.
- Look around the amazing Streetlife Museum of Transport.
- And much more...!

It's free entry, and proceeds from donations/games etc go to the NSPCC.

See our Big Bus Day Facebook page for more details - we had over 7,000 visitors last year!

See you there!

Big'un'll possibly be sad that we can't get to that. 7000 people at that tiny museum sounds terrifying, mind.