Resources for stakeholders
This resources page is a rich source of helpful toolkits, guidance, posters, leaflets, social media assets and more – all available to help you promote free bus travel, share information about the scheme, and answer any questions you may receive from families and young people.
Stakeholder & Partner Marketing Toolkit
Our Stakeholder & Partner toolkit includes handy downloadable posters, digital screens and social assets for Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. View the toolkit to read more or download the campaign assets.
Customer Service toolkit
Our Customer Service toolkit provides information for key stakeholders, organisations and support groups to assist in their communications about the scheme with customers and clients and can help key stakeholders answer any questions they may receive from families and young people.
You can use the key messages and long and short form copy included in the toolkit to assist with your communications about the scheme.
Download the Customer Service toolkit.
Resources for schools
The following resources may be helpful for teachers and schools:
- Guidance document to support conversations with young people and families about the scheme
- PowerPoint presentation about the scheme which can be shown in classes
- There are also a variety of posters and leaflets available below
Did you know that you can request a free visit from the #lovemybus team. Visit the Love My Bus website to request a visit or download some Love My Bus resources for your own use today.
Posters and leaflets
In addition to the resources available in the Stakeholder & Partner Marketing Toolkit, the following posters and leaflets can be downloaded and shared to help promote the scheme.
For children and primary schools
For young people, secondary schools, colleges and universities
For schools, parents, carers and guardians
Additional social media assets
In addition to the resources available in the Stakeholder & Partner Marketing Toolkit, the social media graphics below can be downloaded and used across social channels to help promote the scheme.