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Trent Buses - 85 years on the buses

PUBLISHED: 12:58 07 December 2010 | UPDATED: 16:31 20 February 2013

Trent Buses - 85 years on the buses

Trent Buses - 85 years on the buses

Two former directors of Derbyshire bus company trent barton were in for a surprise when they went out for a 'quiet dinner' with their families at Morley Hayes Country Club to celebrate their retirement.

Two former directors of Derbyshire bus company trent barton were in for a surprise when they went out for a quiet dinner with their families at Morley Hayes Country Club to celebrate their retirement. Waiting for Brian King (Managing Director) and Ian Morgan (Commercial Director) were 70 friends and colleagues from Trent Barton and other bus companies across the length and breadth of the UK to help them celebrate their combined 85 years in the industry.


Brians daughter Angela and Ians sons Joe and Tom made speeches and presented them with photo albums recording their careers. The dinner was organised by the busmens wives Helen King and Sylvia Morgan who had managed to keep it a secret until the pair walked in the door. Trent barton is the largest independent bus company in the country and both Brian and Ian intend to retain their stakes in the management and employee-owned

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