Maundy Thursday, March 29th, was the last day of operation for service 270, which provided a single journey from Driffield to Beeford on weekdays, departing Driffield George Street at 1710, and starting back at Driffield School on schooldays. The service had been operated by EYMS since November under contract to East Riding of Yorkshire Council, who have now withdrawn their funding for the service. It had an average five passengers per journey at a subsidy of £8.03 per passenger according to the council's 2016 Review of Bus Services documentation
Nafferton has alternatives on routes 45/46 and 121, as well as the train, however for Wansford, North Frodingham and Beeford the last departure from Driffield is now on service 136 at 1540. The 136 provides a commuting friendly service to/from Bridlington for North Frodingham and Beeford, but not from Driffield. Driffield School have arranged a replacement taxi for students attending after school activities.
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