East Sussex County Council received information late on Monday October 8, that Countryliner Sussex Ltd had gone into administration.
A number of public and school bus services in East Sussex will be affected from Tuesday 9 October.
A county council spokesperson said: “We are sorry for the disruption this will cause.”
The county council said it had taken action to ensure that at a minimum those services that provide journeys to and from school operate on Tuesday October 9 in the morning and afternoon.
This will mean children should be able get to and from school as normal but expect delays.
It is likely there will be disruption to bus services throughout the day.
The following services will be affected:
121 Newick – Chailey – Cooksbridge - Lewes
125 Barcombe – Cooksbridge – Lewes – Glynde - Alfriston
127 Lewes Landport Estate
128 Lewes Town
166 Lewes – Plumpton Green – Wivelsfield Green – Haywards Heath
254 Tunbridge Wells – Frant – Wadhurst – Ticehurst - Hawkhust
256 Tunbridge Wells to Uplands Community College (School Journeys only)
258 Kilndown – Lamberhurst – Wadhurst
259 Bodle Street – Wartling – Cowbeech – Heathfield Community College
261 Uckfield – Maresfield – Nutley – Chelwood Gate – Forest Row – E Grinstead
304/305 Hastings – Battle – Roberstbridge – Hurst Green - Hawkhurst
824 Village Rider serving Lewes, Plumpton Green, Wivelsfield Green, Ditchling, Burgess Hill
Transport to the following schools and colleges will be affected:
St Peters CE School, Chailey
Uckfield Community Technology College
Wivelsfield County Primary
Uplands Community College, Wadhurst
Heathfield Community College
Robertsbridge Community College
Claverham Community College, Battle
Priory School, Lewes
Sussex Downs College, Lewes
Warden Park School, Cuckfield
Sackville School, East Grinstead
For more information please call our Public Transport Services team on 01273 335080 – we will do our best to help you. This information is also available at www.eastsussex.gov.uk