A Fleetwood coach company launched earlier this year is in it for the long haul with a contract to take their local rugby team to away games.
Comfy Tours which was set up by Kathryn and Heath Titman to cater for disabled people as well as offer luxury travel has teamed up with Fleetwood Rugby Union Club.
The tie-up came just after the firm completed its first holiday for disabled people – Loch Katrine in Scotland.
Kathryn said: “It was a great holiday and we had people from all over – a couple who came from Southport and a group from Oldham who came which proves people will even travel to come on our holiday as no one else is offering a service like ours. “We were absolutely delighted to become the official transport provider for Fleetwood Rugby union team, we are thrilled to secure this role as it illustrates that we can be private hired on a standard coach basis, a common misconception we have found due to coach having accessible features.”
Bev Holden, commercial director for Fleetwood RUFC said: “It is important that our team gets to the match in the right frame of mind and we needed a coach with plenty of room and comfortable facilities.
“We are delighted to be able to build a long term relationship with a local business that is aiming to do the right thing in the community.”