A FREE bus service for students at Bishop Auckland College will continue next year.
The service runs on a variety of routes every weekday during term time, with places served including Barnard Castle, Stanhope, Wolsingham, Crook, Stanley, Newton Aycliffe, Spennymoor, Darlington and Shildon.
There is an option for pick-up points can be added, depending on location.
Students arrive at the college’s main campus by 8.50am and leave at 5.15pm.
As well as the free transport, other benefits for full time students aged 16 to 19 include an allowance of up to £500, free gym membership, free hair and beauty treatments, free printing and help with essential course items.
The college, which has just been named among the top 25 per cent in the country for student success rates, is holding an open event on Tuesday, March 5, from 5.30pm to 7.30pm at the Woodhouse campus.
For more information about the free bus service visit bacoll.ac.uk/school-leavers/free-bus-service.html Alternatively, for course details call 01388-443000.
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