The Managers Past and present

 

 

Manager’s whom have served with Arriva and its predecessors

Under construction

any information regarding this page would be very welcome

 

   

Arriva

 

Depot Manager’s

Melissa Kevanagh -  present

Matt Ashton

Steve Macdonald

Mike Conroy

Terry Loveday

Bob Manning

Tony Lawrence

 

 

Arriva

 

General Managers

Tony Tallant

Paul Morgan

Niel Instrall

Mick Finn

Paul Woolmore

 

 

Arriva

 

Area Managers

Nick Knox

Bryan McCall

   
United Counties

Nick Knox

Depot Manager

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Janice Colbeck

Assistant Manager

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Graham Cummings

Depot Manager

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David Shadbolt

Manager

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Graham Cummings

Manager

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Neil Renison

Manager

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Red Rover

Chris Day

Manager

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Tony Lawerence

Inspector

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Gordon Russell

Inspector

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Inspectors & Duty Managers etc

Terry Dumpleton

Peter Lovegrove

Steve Ellam

Brian Duncalf

Martin Wells

Martin Harvey

Bridie Miles

Terry Loveday

Graham Hack

Danny McGrath

Les Ansell

Trevor Dixon

Pete Colbeck

Bernard Tibbatts

B Smith ( United Counties)

One thought on “The Managers Past and present

  1. Keith Niven

    Dear Area Manager Nick Knox
    My daughters both attend Waddesdon Church of England school. As this is the only faith school in the area they have to travel from Lacey Green to Aylesbury on the 300,then from Aylesbury to school on the 16. They have a very long day but to attend this school this is the sacrifice they make. From 5th Feb the timetables change which would mean the children would have to get a very early bus and have a lond wait for their connection. I note that if they get the 07.20 from Lacey Green they would miss their connection with the 16 by 6 minutes. Can i request that the 16 departure is moved to 8am to ensure the connection for all the pupils who have to travel a significant distance from Princes Risborough area of which their are many.
    I hope you can assist we have been loyal paying customers for many years and not to change the 16 by a few minutes will have a detrimental impact on the wellbeing of the children who live in the outer areas by significantly extending what is already a very long day. I note that the 16 only has two stops the first is in Waddesdon and then the second which is the school. In effect this is a school bus,please can you consider enabling it to depart just a little later to support the children
    Many thanks in anticipation of your support

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