Western Greyhound Reviews
Description:Bus company serving Cornwall
Newest Review: ... that there are a huge number of stop bells, no more wobbly walking down the bus to press the bell! Western Greyhound have both double decker and normal single decker buses. I have never been a passenger on one of their double deckers so I can't really comment on them. One thing I would say is that during the summer months the double deckers need to be used on the most popular routes. I was ... more
Customer Western Greyhound Reviews (2)
by Tyrone - written on 23/11/13
Western greyhound is a terrible company I would not recommend using this service if you are vulnerable or otherwise weak, a female bus driver was wrecklessly driving this week and broke my partners wrist, aggrivated whiplash in back/neck and swollen ankles, she switched drivers and the male driver refused to give us his name and he responded with violence and aggression towards me outside their office in newquay bus station on CCTV!, AVOID, We are seeking legal compensation against western greyhound for the injuries caused towards my partner the police are also involved I will be talking with cornwall council as this bus company has contracts with them, they have not replied to a complaint I made directly to the CEO "Mark Howarth"
by - written on 02/07/12 (Very useful, 290 readings)
I only learnt to drive last year, before then I was a regular on the Western Greyhound buses, catching at least two a week and when I was working, catching two almost everyday. I live in a small village and getting anywhere outside the village meant having to catch a bus. There are two bus companies that occupy Cornwall, First and Western Greyhound. Western Greyhound never used to really be a contender 10 years ago, but now I see more Western Greyhound buses. First don't even run through my village anymore! Western Greyhound buses really are the only way to get around in Cornwall if you don't drive. ----- Where do the buses go? ----- The ... Read the complete review