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Weymouth company nominated for British Coach Tourism award

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Published at 9:03am 16th February 2019.

Bluebird Coaches in Weymouth have been shortlisted in the British Coach Tourism Awards.

  • They'll be competing against four other companies from across the UK.
  • The awards will be hosted by Carol Vorderman MBE on the 20th of March.

Coach services across Britain have been assessed by an expert panel to find and crown the very best coach tour operators in the business.

Managing Director of Bluebird Coaches, Martyn Hoare, said: "I am extremely proud to have been nominated for this national award and we are over the moon to have reached the final five in this competition."

Bluebird Coaches was started in 1924 by Fredrick Cecil Hoare, when he used a small Fiat to drive people around Portland.

Since then, four generations of the Hoare family have been involved in running the company.

The finalist will be announced on the presentation evening and gala dinner on Wednesday 20th March.


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