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Brentwood: Bus pass renewals

17:40 31 January 2013

Essex County Council is asking residents who need to renew their bus passes to contact them by February 15.

Essex County Council is asking residents who need to renew their bus passes to contact them by February 15.

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Residents with a concessionary bus pass which is due for renewal have until February 15 to notify the council.

Essex County Council has asked residents to get in touch if their address has changed since their last application.

The council introduced a centralised system for bus pass applications last year. But with 125,000 renewals due to be issued in the next few weeks the council has asked for residents’ correct details to ensure they receive their passes on time.

Email buspass.team@essex.gov.uk or call 0845 200 0388.

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