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Wilfreda Beehive

Wilfreda Beehive
Beulas Cygnus bodied MAN 18.400 in Sheffield in March 2012
Parent Scholey family
Founded 1949
Headquarters Adwick-le-Street
Service type Bus & coach services
Depots 1
Fleet 40 (October 2013)
Chief executive Sue Scholey

Wilfreda Beehive[1] is a bus and coach operator based in Adwick-le-Street, Doncaster.


  • History 1
  • Services 2
  • Fleet 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6


Scania OmniExpress in July 2012

Wilfreda Luxury Coaches was formed in 1949 by Bill and Marie Scholey, and remains in family ownership. At first it operated coach services from a depot at Ranskill, near Bawtry. Between 1993 and 1998 it operated many bus services, but sold them and its service buses to Mainline Group just before the latter was absorbed by First South Yorkshire in 1998.

In 2001 Wilfreda began operating service buses again. It operates a mixed fleet ranging from modern high quality coaches to old double-deckers. Many of its routes are school services or South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive contracts, a large number of which have been won from other operators in recent years. However, it more recently has restarted operating competitive commercial services, such as the 52. In 2006, the company took over Eagre Coaches, Gainsborough[2] which runs many coach tours and holidays.



As at October 2013 the fleet consisted of 40 buses and coaches.[3]

See also


  1. ^ Companies House extract company no 474455 Wilfred Luxury Coaches Limited
  2. ^ Companies House extract company no 4397361 Eagre Coaches Limited
  3. ^ Wilfreda Beehive Sheffield Omnibus Enthusiasts Society 11 October 2013

External links

  • Company website
  • Flickr gallery
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