Sheffield bus axe protest

RESIDENTS of a Peak District village are protesting at changes to buses which will see a commuter service to Sheffield axed at the end of this month.

The 51A runs from Castleton into Sheffield via Bamford village, Ladybower and Broomhill and is one of only a few direct services from Bamford to Sheffield each day.

More regular services run on the main road through the Hope Valley but are a mile from Bamford village centre.

The railway station is a similar distance away.

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