Names on the buses

475 Roy Chuter

Connections with Brighton and Hove : Roy Chuter was one of the greatest fans Brighton and Hove Albion has ever had, He campaigned against many of the decisions in the Nineties that nearly put the club out of business and gained a lot of support. Chuter was keen that Dick Knight should take over the club from the previous owners and succeeded in that aim. When Albion moved to Withdean Stadium, Chuter edited the match day programmes for many years. He campaigned hard for the new Amex Community Stadium and was delighted when it was finally completed. He suggested features such as the supporters'; bar and memorial garden Chuter gained a first in English at Manchester University before returning to his beloved Sussex. At one time he was landlord of the Duke of Wellington pub in Shoreham Sadly he died after being hit by a train at East Worthing station in 2013. He had left notes about his intention. The club paid tribute to him and a minute's silence was held before the home match against Newport.

475 Volvo Gemini - carried name since delivery in November 2013 on Route 5.