Pulham’s Coaches takes delivery of two new PSVAR-compliant Plaxton Leopard coaches from ADL

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Two new Plaxton Leopard coaches to Gloucester operator Pulham & Sons (Coaches) Ltd.

The new PSVAR-compliant coaches are 12.8m long and have 72 seats. They are fitted with gull wing mirrors and both coach exteriors have been painted in the bespoke Pulham’s Coaches red and cream livery.

Based in Bourton-on-the-Water, Pulham’s Coaches is a fourth-generation family-owned business that has been serving the Cotswolds for 140 years.

Director Andy Pulham said: “It’s fantastic to introduce two more PSVAR coaches to our fleet and it’s great to see them in service. These vehicles will no doubt be welcomed by our many customers.”

ADL Sales Account Manager Lee Salt added: “It’s always great working with Andy, Kathryn and the team at Pulham’s and we’d like to thank them for trusting us once again to supply two more coaches to add to their fleet. We look forward to working together again in the future.”

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