Date Added 14/08/2019

Johnsons Coaches have raised a huge total of £2,200 on their 110th Anniversary Day Out in Salisbury for their charities of the year: Helping Hands of Birmingham and 1st Henley and Wootton Scouts.

In this year alone, Johnsons have raised a huge total amount of £5655 towards their selected charities and are always looking for opportunities to raise money for the charities close to home.

On Saturday 10th August over 400 loyal passengers boarded from points around south Warwickshire and alighted at Salisbury cathedral, for a day out to explore the city and to celebrate Johnsons 110th birthday! 

The visitors were welcomed by Dr Robert Titley, Canon Treasurer of Salisbury Cathedral, and Chris Barnard, Head Guide, who enlightened listeners with the history of the Cathedral and Salisbury. Then everyone had free time to explore the wealth of delights and attractions that the Cathedral, Close and Salisbury have to offer. Local shops supported the event with a range of discounts for customers to enjoy.  A truly wonderful day was had by all.

John Johnson the Commercial Director said “It was a great way to celebrate our birthday, smiles were all around and I was really pleased that we’d raised £2,200 in a day for our chosen charities.  Many thanks to everyone at the Cathedral, Salisbury BID and other attractions in the Cathedral Close and our loyal customers who all helped to make this such a momentous occasion”.

Dr Robert Titley, Canon Treasurer of Salisbury Cathedral said:

“It was wonderful to welcome the Johnsons Coaches ‘family’ to Salisbury Cathedral. More than a century of creating memorable excursions that allow travellers to learn new things and see new sights is an extraordinary legacy. We too, are blessed custodians of an awe-inspiring building, set within a lovely Close, and it is our joy and happy duty to share it.”

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