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Jack Lynch: New Flexibus/ Local Link Bus Route

Aontú Representative for the Trim LEA, Jack Lynch is delighted to announce that a new bus service
will be in operation from 2 nd November. This service will travel through Agher, Moynalvey and
Summerhill before heading on into Trim.

“This service is badly needed in this part of South Co. Meath especially this year as there are 8
children from these areas who go to school in Trim who have no school transport.”

“The bus will depart from Agher crossroads outside the Nangles Shop and will travel to Moynalvey
School where it will make another stop before heading to Summerhill Village stopping at the bus
stop next to Sarah Lyons Hair Salon. It will then travel on into Trim.”

Aontú welcomes this development and have been working with the families of the children effected
as well as the staff of Flexibus – Local Link in Navan to find a solution to the lack of school bus places.
We are delighted that funding has now been secured for this route.”

“It is very important to note that this is a public service and that any member of the public can avail
of this service. The bus will leave Agher at 8am Monday to Thursday and will return from Trim at
4.15pm. On Fridays it will leave Agher at 8am and return from Trim at 1.15pm.”

“When Covid-19 restrictions ease, this will be an ideal opportunity for members of the general public
to shop in Trim.”

If any clarity is needed on this new service, please contact Jack Lynch in the Aontú Office on
0469484962.

By Aontú Press | 20 October, 2020



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