New website for Crosville Motor Services

I happen to have been involved with the development of the new website for Crosville Motor Services, which went live a few days ago. If any of you ever visited the old site you will know that it was due for a makeover. It had served the company well since its inception but it needed to better reflect the improvement and expansion that has taken place recently. I’ve written most of the text and provided some of the photographs but the design and build was carried out by IvoryRed, a creative design company based in Weston-super-Mare.


This site has far more functionality and provides much more timetable information for people who use the local bus services that Crosville is now running. There are also pages for additional services, such as PCV training and bus storage as well as a special area for enthusiasts. I’m looking forward to adding to this area in particular as it focusses on the heritage activities of the company.

I would be interested to know what you think of it.

In other news, I was very pleased to hear from one of the chaps who took part in my Heritage Drivers’ Training Day recently. Apparently he drove one of the Lodekkas up to the Bristol Harbourside Rally and told me proudly that he didn’t miss any gears at all. Needless to say, I was quietly very satisfied to hear his news!

My next duty will be next Saturday, when I’m due to pick up a wedding party in Bristol and then trek southwards to a small village near Taunton.

3 comments on “New website for Crosville Motor Services

  1. heikoworld says:

    I have to say John that the Crosville website was, indeed, in need of an update, now the new one looks excellent, what set`s it off is the use of the Crosville colours ie; Crosville bus colours transferred to the website, it all looks more impressive, you have used a selection of heritage buses, also the text is very informative.
    Overall I award you 10/10 for a great looking website, I know you said others have been involved, so well done to you all, a job well done.

  2. joseph bonaobra says:

    hi… i am a bus conductor here in the philippines and i am interested to apply at crosville as a bus conductor but i dont know on how to apply…can you help me on how to apply? and if the company will hire an applicant even if the applicant is from other country?

    • busmanjohn says:

      Hello Joseph. If you wanted to work for Crosville you would need to live close to the depot in Weston-super-Mare. If you are moving from the Philippines, you will need the correct passport and visa to enable you to work legally in the UK. These are part time, not full time jobs. If you are still interested, send an email to when you have moved to the UK.

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