Names on the buses

486 Alan Randall

Connections with Brighton and Hove : After growing up in Northamptonshire, Mr Randall joined Brighton Health Authority before becoming chief executive of the trust running Worthing Hospital and Southlands Hospital in Shoreham. He had previously run major hospitals for many years in both East and West Sussex. During his time, he oversaw a multi-million pound rebuild at Worthing. His final posting was at Eastbourne where the NHS asked him to carry out improvements before he retired in 2002. In 2007, after five years of development, he set up Yellowave with his daughter Katie and son-in- law Spencer Mintram. It quickly became a place for international tournaments as well as boosting the profile of the sport in the community. Mr Randall was also a ranger for Sustrans, the cycle route charity, and was a regular at Adur Indoor Bowling Club in Southwick. He was a keen walker, who had completed several long-distance trails, and an ardent supporter of Eastbourne Borough Football Club. Alan died suddenly from heart problems at his home in Shoreham in October 2012.

486 Volvo Gemini - carried name since delivery in November 2013. Bus wrapped with HomeSense advert April 2015. Bus wrapped with advert for Drusillas April 2016. Front also wrapped June 2016. Front name repositioned June 2018.