Free travel for npower worker who was 750,000th bus passenger at Rainton Bridge business park

750,000 passenger, Charlotte Tulip collects her winning bus pass from Head of npower Domestic, Gareth Pickles and Councillor, Michael Mordley with (L-R back) Environmental and Transport Co Ordinator for npower, Lee Ashworth, Sunderland City Council Workplace Travel Officer, Diane Hilder, Regional Development Director for Goodman, Niall McGilp and Rainton Bridge Park Manager, Danny McLaughlan.

750,000 passenger, Charlotte Tulip collects her winning bus pass from Head of npower Domestic, Gareth Pickles and Councillor, Michael Mordley with (L-R back) Environmental and Transport Co Ordinator for npower, Lee Ashworth, Sunderland City Council Workplace Travel Officer, Diane Hilder, Regional Development Director for Goodman, Niall McGilp and Rainton Bridge Park Manager, Danny McLaughlan.

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CALL centre worker Charlotte Tuplip has a ticket to ride.

Charlotte, who works at npower’s site in Rainton Bridge, was presented with a free, six-month bus pass, worth more than £500, by Sunderland City Council, park management firm Goodmans and travel company Go North East, after becoming the business park’s 750,000th bus passenger.

“I wasn’t expecting to be met off the bus by the boss holding a bottle of champagne – it was a complete shock,” said Charlotte, who had travelled to work from Dunston in Gateshead.

 

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