Share your tale of coach travel
National Express is clocking up its 40th birthday this year and to celebrate it is appealing for travel tales– with the best real-life stories receiving a year's free coach travel.
In 1972, you could travel to 27 locations from Leicester. Today, there are over 155 available.
More than 600,000 journeys are taken from Leicester every year.
We're proud to have carried millions of Britons on day trips, holidays and visit to friends and family during our 40-year journey.
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Valid until: Wednesday, May 22 2013
To mark our landmark birthday, we are looking for real-life stories about travelling across Britain by coach.
Perhaps you met the love of your life on a National Express journey, or you have visited every seaside town in Britain?
A ticket from Leicester to London in 1972 cost £1.10 – equivalent to £12.25 today.
To take part, visit:
Andrew Cleaves, managing director, National Express.
What a total shambles the urology department at Leicester General Hospital is.
Today was the third time in just over 15 months I have been to see a consultant and they have either lost the notes or the X-ray or, in today's case, did not even know I had been for a scan.
The consultant looked at his notes and said "there is something wrong here".
The time before last when I went he organised a course of treatment but I have never received any treatment.
Michael Wright, Leicester.
As I cannot thank the lady in person, I would like to say how grateful I was that after finding my handbag in Oadby Sainsbury's trolley park she handed in to the customer services counter. Her honesty really lifted my spirits that day.
C Spencer, Oadby.