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“Please help me persuade First Potteries Limited to teenage mum and baby left stranded in cold” – peter stanier

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peter stanier

i have a 15 year old daughter who has a baby the baby was born in december she has to travel in the mornings to nursery to drop off her baby then too school which she has been doing on a regular basis she buys a childs first day ticket and has not had a problem till erlier on in the month the bus driver of number 5 to abbey hulton told her she could not travel on the bus with her baby unless accompanied by an adult over the age of 18 he then suggested she would have to buy an adult ticket if she could prove she was 17 but unfortunatley because she had already told him she was 15 she got very distressed and upset but eventually she was aloud to travel on the bus but today 19th march 2013 she has been refused travel on 3 different buses of the same company . i think the public should be aware aspecially all the young mothers under the age of 18 they should not be travelling on buses conected to this company my daughter has missed a day at school today and spent an hour and a half at a bus stop trying to travel to drop her baby off and to go to school on a very cold winter day

Problem History

  • 1 peter stanier reported the issue on FixMyTransport. close 19:17 19 Mar 2013
  • 2 peter stanier wrote to First Potteries Limited close 19:17 19 Mar 2013

    Here is the letter that peter stanier wrote.

    refused travel

    i have a 15 year old daughter who has a baby the baby was born in december she has to travel in the mornings to nursery to drop off her baby then too school which she has been doing on a regular basis she buys a childs first day ticket and has not had a problem till erlier on in the month the bus driver of number 5 to abbey hulton told her she could not travel on the bus with her baby unless accompanied by an adult over the age of 18 he then suggested she would have to buy an adult ticket if she could prove she was 17 but unfortunatley because she had already told him she was 15 she got very distressed and upset but eventually she was aloud to travel on the bus but today 19th march 2013 she has been refused travel on 3 different buses of the same company . i think the public should be aware aspecially all the young mothers under the age of 18 they should not be travelling on buses conected to this company my daughter has missed a day at school today and spent an hour and a half at a bus stop trying to travel to drop her baby off and to go to school on a very cold winter day

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  • started 19 March 2013
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