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Charity Zombie Bus Cancelled Due To Anti-Social Behaviour

A ‘Zombie Bus’ service has been cancelled following anti-social behaviour.

National Express have cancelled the ‘Ghoulsville 666 service via Hell and Back’ tonight due to ‘anti-social behaviour from a small group of people’ yesterday.

In a statement National Express West Midlands said:

We apologise to anybody that had made plans to board the 666 Brum Zombie Bus this evening – we’re really sorry to have to disappoint them.

But we must put the safety of our customers and staff first.

National Express West Midlands

The service was due to to operate every 30 minutes on Thursday (31st October) in Birmingham city centre. Passengers were encouraged to make a small donation to CLIC Sargent, a leading cancer charity for children and young people.

You can find more about CLIC Sargent by visiting their website

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