Image of red bus shelter in front of Pant memorial Hall

New bus shelter in Pant

Thanks to funding from Llanymynech and Pant parish council, there’s a new shelter in Pant for people waiting for the bus towards Oswestry or Welshpool.

Situated outside Pant Memorial Hall, the shelter is on the south bound side of the A483 but can be used by those waiting to go north towards Oswestry.

Discussions are currently taking place with Tanat Valley which operates local buses to request that the bus should stop opposite, if requested.

As residents and visitors will know, buses are not that frequent and as Sean from the Memorial Hall committee said, a shelter might encourage more people to use the bus locally or when visiting the Memorial Hall.

Funding for the shelter came from the parish council using money from local development.

Said Alice Bond, chair of the parish council: “The Llanymyench and Pant parish council are pleased that we were able to help fund and plan the new bus shelter located by the villlage hall in Pant for the benefit of the community.”

In due course, a timetable will be hung up in the shelter but in the meantime visit or where you can track the T12 bus between Machynlleth and Wrexham in real-time.

Posted in A483, Pant, Pant Memorial Hall, Parish Council, Transport.