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Offline Spoddendale

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Reynolds of Caister
« on: June 13, 2018, 07:39:47 PM »
RouteOne magazine dated 13 June 2018 contains an item regarding the pending closure of Reynolds Coaches of Caister, Norfolk:

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Norfolk’s oldest surviving coach operator, Reynolds of Caister, established in 1910 is closing due to the illness of proprietor
Charles Reynolds. It holds an O-Licence for 19 vehicles. Attempts to find a suitable buyer have failed and after 108
years and three generations, the family firm will stop operating on 31 July. All assets will be auctioned by Malcolm Harrison Group on 11 August.

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Re: Reynolds of Caister
« Reply #1 on: June 14, 2018, 08:59:05 AM »
All rather sad - Charles is a lovely person. Have used Reynolds on and off in the past as my grandparents used to live very close to their depot in Caister On Sea. All the best to Charles and his family/staff.