4th October 2021

Due to Covid-19 we have drivers who are unable to work, this has made it impossible to cover some services unless we enforce the following changes.


PR1 - will be running 07:00 to 18:00 

215 service calling at Glangwili Hospital at 18:20 

281 service calling at the Hospital at 19:00 

280 Service calling at the Hospital at 19:55.


Services 215, 281, 280  will be taking any passengers to Nantyci Park and ride car park.  


We hope that this service will be back to fully operational next week when drivers should be well enough to return. 



As from Monday 13th September 2021, Morris Travel Ltd are operating the 205 and 206 Town Service Routes on behalf of First Cymru, here are the timetables for your information:

205 Timetable

206 Timetable




Face masks must be worn at all times on all Morris Travel School and College Transport Services - NO MASK - NO TRAVEL.



Updated Timetable Information:

Please find details for our revised service operations as from 1st September 2020:



B1 Dial a ride - Extend hours for Dial a ride to 16:30 but will not be available from 15:00 to 15:45 on school days 

289 Service no longer has a connection with the 689 service 


Temporarily Suspended due to Covid 19 social distancing restrictions:

C11 - School paying service 

C12 - School paying service 

243 - School paying service 

We hope to get these going once social distancing allows.

Returning back to pre Covid 19 lockdown timetables:

198 Service

206 Service

207 Service

225 Service

226 Service

227 Service

228 Service

277 Service

279 Service

282 Service

283 Service

284 Service

B11,B12 and B13 Services


Staying as they are for now:

PR1 Park and Ride

PR2 Park and Ride

You must wear a face covering while travelling, as set out in this guidance.

A face covering should cover your mouth and nose while allowing you to breathe comfortably. It is important to use face coverings properly and wash your hands before putting them on and after taking it off.


We do understand that some people may not be able to wear a face covering, for example very young children, people with breathing difficulties and people whose disabilities makes it difficult for them to wear a face covering.

A face covering is not the same as the surgical masks or respirators used by healthcare and other workers as part of personal protective equipment (PPE). These should continue to be reserved for those who need them to protect against risks in their workplace, such as health and care workers, and those in industrial settings, like those exposed to dust hazards.

The evidence suggests that wearing a face covering does not protect you, but it may protect others if you are infected but have not yet developed symptoms.

We thank you for your assistance in helping us to keep you our passengers and drivers safe.


Due to the extremely easy way this virus is passed on, please be advised that the service bus driver has full discretion to refuse passengers to travel on the bus if they feel that there is a risk to theirs or their passengers health and safety.

We hope that you understand the reasoning and help us in keeping the virus at bay and protecting everyone.


If you have any symptoms, please contact NHS direct and self isolate.


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Driver CPC Training

Please click on the link below for your Driver CPC Training information

New Course

Dates for 2021

Scooters and Bicycles

Due to space and safety considerations, we do not allow bicycles or scooters to be carried on our vehicles.

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We provide an unrivalled Coach and Bus service, in Carmarthen Town and surrounding areas, run from our head office and depot in Carmarthen.

The core business is school/college transport and local bus services.

We aim to continually improve our service by training and developing our employees towards their true potential as well as constantly reviewing and updating operational procedures.