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Fell asleep in front of the fire! Jesus I’ve turned into my grandad! 

First trip out since the lockdown, took my camera with me and managed to lose it   

Rather surreal in my local Nisa store, the only tinned food on the shelf was haggis - it must be bad in London if Scotland is sending us aid!

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7 minutes ago, Roger the Dodger said:

You mean I can't go an see @WRENCH for free? Though he might think that's a blessing in disguise....:laughing2dw:

When you can use your pass

Normally, you can travel after 09:30 until 23:00 on weekdays and all day at weekends and bank holidays. Some local councils     have different rules on when you can use your pass.

 

"Where you can use your pass

You can travel for free anywhere in England, including London on local bus services.

It’s not valid for journeys within Scotland or Wales. 

Free travel is not available on tourist buses or coach services like megabus.com and National Express.'

 

Sorry, this might be interesting. In Scotland a bus pass can be used at any time, and can also be used on Megabus, as long as you book in advance, for which there is a small fee. It used to be 50p, but it might have gone up. A £50 saver something or other rail card is worth getting as well. Booking well in advance you get money off plus discount. Once got Perth to Brighton return for under £70.

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Living in a London Borough and being over 60, I get free anytime travel anywhere in London on bus, Tube, tram, DLR, London Overground, TfL Rail and most National Rail services in London with my Oyster 60+ card. Today I jumped on a bus to go just one stop for the hell of it. 

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6 minutes ago, Steve D UK said:

Living in a London Borough and being over 60, I get free anytime travel anywhere in London on bus, Tube, tram, DLR, London Overground, TfL Rail and most National Rail services in London with my Oyster 60+ card. Today I jumped on a bus to go just one stop for the hell of it. 

At least it was cheaper than a taxi...

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I went to Sainsbury's this morning with @rolexgirl we only go there every two or three months to get things we can's get locally, I dislike going to Sainsbury's or any big supermarket

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