Published: 07:00, 01 May 2014
| Updated: 07:40, 01 May 2014
A regular shuttle service that ran from the town centre to the Ashford Designer Outlet has been scrapped.
The bus was used to transport customers from the town to the shopping centre every 15 minutes throughout the day and cost £1 return.
However, the shuttle was halted last month after the McArthurGlen Group, who provided the service and operate the Designer Outlet, said it went against the company’s green policy.
Instead, shoppers are being advised to use the A-Line bus, run by Stagecoach, which also passes by the Designer Outlet centre.
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