The book also tells that Eastern National had had a working agreement with Luton Corporation since 1932 (the Luton and District Transport Agreement).This agreement was transferred to United Counties on .
When the agreement was due to expire in January 1970, Luton Council put forward the idea that United Counties might take over their transport department which was losing money.
On January 4 1970 United Counties, by then part of the National Bus Company, took over Luton Corporation’s bus services.
Top parishes were Burnley, Colne, Blackburn, Manchester and *Habergham Eaves.
By 1871 Yorkshire had regained the top spot, with Leeds, Bradford, Stanley, Keighley and Horton as the most populated parishes. However, only 7,192 were actually born in Lancashire so obviously HARTLEYs had moved there to work.
In a statement released after Ms May secured a deal with the DUP to prop up her Government, Mr Adams said: "The price of today's DUP-Tory deal is DUP support for continued Tory Austerity and cuts to public services.
"It provides a blank cheque for a Tory Brexit which threatens the Good Friday Agreement." He added: "Sinn Fein will vigorously pursue the rights of citizens currently being denied by the DUP and the British government. Sinn Fein will resolutely oppose any attempt to give preferential treatment to British forces, either in terms of legacy or the provision of public services.
16/07/17 Eastern National Service in Luton Does anyone know much about the Eastern National service in Luton as my Great Grandfather Clarence Still worked for them.
He is in a newspaper clipping in 1950 for winning silver award for from the Eastern Bus company and the Royal Society of prevention of accidents.
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