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Improved health and safety signage planned after Bristol commuter ferry saved

29th October 2010 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls.

Improved health and safety signage is set to be installed after a ferry service was saved, Bristol City Council has confirmed.

Number Seven Boat Trips stepped in and agreed to run the £38,000, council-subsidised commuter ferry from Hotwells to Bristol, the BBC reports.

Its previous management firm, Bristol Ferry Company, had said it would cease the service by the end of this week.

"We need to keep the commuter ferry service up and running. It has great potential, but it needs hard work to reduce costs and up patronage," a council spokesperson told the news provider.

The spokesperson added that talks with other operators about running other services would go ahead, with improved health and safety signage planned for the city's New Quay ferry station.

Established in 1999, Bristol Ferry Service provides public ferry services and offers private cruises around Bristol and on the River Avon.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800201859-ADNFCR


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