1. The Red Bus


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    For weddings and other hires in and around Edinburgh. http://www.theredbus.co.uk/ Film made by Scott Willis http://scottwillisfilm.com

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    • Help us to crowdfund the Cookie Bar Bus!


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      DONATE NOW AT www.crowdfunder.co.uk/cookie-bar-bus We are raising money to convert a Routemaster bus into a mobile pop-up Cookie Bar! We are trying to raise £15000, in order to get this project over the line, so every donation really helps - whether it's £2 or £200. Our rewards for pledging include: An official invitation for you and a friend to our Cookie Bar Bus launch party Your name engraved on the bus A seat on the upper deck, engraved with your name (only 5 available!) A day at a private recording studio in Surrey (only 5 available!) Personal private hire of the bus, for your very own event! AND, the first 100 people who pledge will be entered into a prize draw to win a ski holiday in Austria! Please pledge now and get your hands on some of these great prizes! If you would like to donate please visit our Crowdfunder page: http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/cookie-bar-bus ...And finally - share this video with your friends! THANK-YOU :-) - hope to see you on the road -

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      • Routemaster 60th Anniversary 1954-2014


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        This event commemorated the 60th anniversary of the unveiling of the first Routemaster, RM1, at the Commercial Motor Show in September 1954.

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        • Fast Down Pepys Street


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          Inspired when watching Manhattan, you know the bit where he shows her New York's glories, I thought I might do something with London. It changed a lot - a guy who's got a difficult meeting to attend at dawn suddenly jumps on a passing Routemaster on a journey around London whilst his colleague tries in vain to find him. I wrote, directed and edited it. Adam Whitehall is the lead, with me as the gimp.

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          • Caitriona and Justin


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            Every shot we shoot for Caitriona and Justin's wedding played in order. http://www.fredandjamie.com music: http://www.joshwoodward.com/

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            • On the (Mini) Buses


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              Cows parading, cracking eggs, ringing phone boxes - now the 'ding ding' of a well-known mode of transport. A lot of weird things pop up on London's streets in the name of art and charity...

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              • TfL Year of the Bus Sculpture launch in Trafalgar Square - Sculpture by Rod Hunt


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                My TfL Year of the Bus Sculpture - Launch in Trafalgar Square, London on Friday 17th October 2014. Rod Hunt was commissioned to design a bus sculpture for Transport for London's Year of the Bus Sculpture Trail taking place in London from 20th October 2014 to early December. The launch event took place in London's Trafalgar Square on 17th October 2014. View the full project here http://rodhunt.com/110605/4662113/portfolio/tfl-year-of-the-bus-sculpture-design Quote: “I found inspiration by looking at the Key Bus Routes in central London map & seeing that it almost looks like the map is spelling the word "Bus" in the route lines.” The Bus Sculpture trial starts on 20th October, & you can download the official trail app from iTunes here https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/bus-art-year-bus-sculpture/id923761905?mt=8 Full Sculpture Trail Details https://www.tfl.gov.uk/campaign/sculpture-trails Up to 60 New Routemaster bus sculptures will be unveiled across London in October as part of celebrations to mark the Year of the Bus. The bus sculptures, which are 2.5m long, 1m high and 0.5m wide, will be painted and adorned by well-known and aspiring artists to showcase the vital role that London’s buses play in the life and economy of the city and the UK as a whole. Londoners and visitors to the city will get the chance to discover the bus sculptures, which will be organised in clusters, on foot by following public art trails in five areas of the capital – three in central London and two in outer London. The sculpture trail is part of Transport for London (TfL’s) celebrations to mark the Year of the Bus in partnership with London Transport Museum and the capital’s bus operators, and is being delivered with creative events company Wild in Art. Over 100 submissions from artists and designers have been received and an event was staged last night at London Transport Museum to match artists with sponsors. The project will be entirely funded by individuals and organisations sponsoring the bus sculptures, with the Year of the Bus Sculpture Trail running from Monday 20 October for seven weeks. At the end of the event, the bus sculptures will be brought together in a final display before being auctioned, with all proceeds split between three charities: Kids Company, Transaid and London Transport Museum.

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                • Lucy & Ben at the Sussex Barn


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                  Lucy arrived in style at St Peter's Church, by riding her own Red Route-Master bus along the country lanes to Bexhill-on-Sea. This short clip shows some of the highlights of  this lovely summers day. Afterwards guests arrived at The Sussex Barn, which was decorated accordingly to reflect the country theme. While Ben tried to climb his bales of Straw, his Best Man practiced his speech which involving student life and naked bongo playing! 

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                  • Steph & Russell - Sneak peek


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                    Here is a little sneak peek of Steph & Russell's beautiful day. http://andrewfranklin.co.uk/ http://www.orsetthall.co.uk/weddings.html

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                    • Globe Trekker - London City Guide 3 VOD


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                      Join our host Brianna Barnes as she visits Britain’s exciting capital city, which seamlessly blends its rich and varied history with a modern day culture, perpetually evolving into the London of today. Beginning her tour at the iconic Buckingham Palace, home to the Queen of England and various Royal Family members, we see the Changing of the Guard. Next Brianna heads over to the National Gallery, home to over 2,000 paintings and one of Europe’s finest collections of art. Day two and our intrepid host heads to the East End to check out the fashionable Spitalfields Market, and samples a British favourite ‘Bangers & Mash’ served at the nearby S&M café. Brianna next takes a tour of London’s street art and checks out some of the modern-day masterpieces by famous British street-artist, Banksy, and his contemporaries. After breakfasting at London’s most famous hotel, The Ritz, Brianna heads to Mayfair to check out some of London’s finest retail establishments such as John Lobbs, the boot makers and Lock & Co Hatters - the oldest hat-makers in London. Moving on to Covent Garden we take a look inside the London Transport Museum - home to over 370,000 objects concerning urban transport and London’s wealth of transportation history. Brianna then catches a ride on a heritage routemaster bus, which passes some of London’s most historic landmarks. Day four and using one of the oldest, and most popular ways to get around London, Brianna jumps on a bicycle and heads along the canal from Regent’s Park all the way to the Olympic Stadium via Camden Lock. Taking advantage of the well connected transportation links in and out of London, Brianna heads out on a day trip by rail to one of the many historic towns which are less than an hour’s ride away. Brianna takes a day-trip to Oxford, home to one of the most famous universities in the world, and takes a tour of the largest of all the Oxford colleges, Christchurch, with its awe-inspiring architecture and beautiful surroundings. After ascending to the top of Carfax Tower and checking out the Covered Market, Brianna takes part in the most traditional way to see Oxford, via punt, and finds out just how easy punting along the river is. Back in London, and back on the river Thames, Brianna goes speeding off down the river on a boat to Greenwich to check out the Royal Naval College and the National Maritime Museum which houses the very costume Lord Admiral Nelson wore in the Battle of Trafalgar. We then head over to the Tate Modern, a magnificent converted power station housing contemporary exhibitions of art dating from 1900 to today. After a day trip spent in Buckinghamshire visiting Cliveden House – a stately home which sits on the Thames, we take a trip to the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, home to the biggest botanical collection in the world before checking out the delights of 1,000 hectare area Richmond Park via horseback. Brianna rounds off the day in the Victoria Inn, famous for being the smallest pub in Richmond. In her final day in London, Brianna takes part in the annual Thames Festival and checks out the festivities, which include a feast on Southwark Bridge, carnival style dancing, and a night time firework display.

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