West Norfolk mayor opens new-look King’s Lynn bus station

King's Lynn Bus Station Official Opening By Borough Mayor Colin Manning (right), also in pic, Ben Colson (Left) and Council Leader Nick Daubney (centre) ANL-150730-172006009
King's Lynn Bus Station Official Opening By Borough Mayor Colin Manning (right), also in pic, Ben Colson (Left) and Council Leader Nick Daubney (centre) ANL-150730-172006009
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Lynn’s revamped bus station has been formally opened by borough mayor Colin Manning, pictured above right.

The ceremony took place on Thursday afternoon, one month after the interchange resumed full operations following the £1.6 million project.

King's Lynn Bus Station Official Opening By Borough Mayor Colin Manning (centre), also in pic, Ben Colson (right) and Council Leader Nick Daubney (left) ANL-150730-172115009

King's Lynn Bus Station Official Opening By Borough Mayor Colin Manning (centre), also in pic, Ben Colson (right) and Council Leader Nick Daubney (left) ANL-150730-172115009

Speaking during the council’s meeting on Thursday, leader Nick Daubney, centre, said the facility would provide a “first class service” to passengers.

He said: “I think the new bus staiton is going to do a lot for King’s Lynn and West Norfolk and the environment there is really fabulous.”

Also pictured, left, is former Norfolk Green managing director Ben Colson, who was awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List in June in recognition of his contribution to Norfolk’s economy and community, and who has now had one of the new Stagecoach in Norfolk fleet named after him. MLNF15PM07285

King's Lynn Bus Station Official Opening ANL-150730-171930009

King's Lynn Bus Station Official Opening ANL-150730-171930009