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Stotts Coaches

Stotts Coaches
Sunsundegui bodied Volvo B12M in Bury
in July 2008
Parent Stott family
Headquarters Milnsbridge
Service area West Yorkshire
Service type Bus & coach services
Routes 31 (August 2013)
Fleet 32 (August 2010)

Stotts Coaches[1] is a bus and coach company based in Milnsbridge, West Yorkshire.


Plaxton Panther bodied Volvo B12M in March 2011

Stotts Coaches has been providing services in Huddersfield and the wider Kirklees area for over 50 years.[2] The company provides coach services for schools in Kirklees along with day trips and private coach hire. The company also runs coach journeys for the town's football and rugby league teams.

Stotts Coaches provide local bus services in the Huddersfield area serving Huddersfield town centre, Brighouse, Dalton, Holmfirth, Meltham and Slaithwaite. These services, along with the school bus service, are run on behalf of the West Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive.[3]


As at August 2013 Stotts Coaches operated 18 routes.[4]

National Express

Stotts Coaches are a National Express contractor and operate services on routes:[5]


As at August 2010 the fleet consisted of 32 buses and coaches.[6]


  1. ^ Companies House extract company no 2197747 E Stott & Sons Limited
  2. ^ "Stotts Coach Hire (E Stott & Sons) Huddersfield, West Yorkshire - Home". Stotts Coaches. Retrieved 17 September 2010. 
  3. ^ "Stotts Coach Hire (E Stott & Sons) Huddersfield, West Yorkshire - Local Services". Stotts Coaches. Retrieved 17 September 2010. 
  4. ^ Local Bus Services Stotts Coaches
  5. ^ National Express Coach Handbook - 8th Edition. British Bus Publishing. 2012.  
  6. ^ Stotts West Yorkshire Buses

External links

  • Company website
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