Next stop for breakfast at quirky A64 bus diner

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THE Red Bus Cafe on the A64 York Road in Leeds has been just the ticket for peckish travellers for more than 30 years.

The 1968 double decker, which is open for business seven-days-a-week, is a popular stopping off point for hungry shoppers and commuters.

PIC: Simon Hulme

PIC: Simon Hulme

Mum-of-two Jo Keighron, 42, of Seacroft, has run the cafe since last May.

Her daughters Jessica, 19, and Georgia, 17, help out at the cafe, which serves up breakfasts called double decker, belly bus-ter and mini-bus.

Jo said: “It’s a really fun place to work. We get some interesting characters in. Zak Dingle from Emmerdale came in for a bacon butty a few months ago.”

Serving up meals on wheels is a big departure for Jo. Her last job was working as a clinical support worker at St James’s Hospital in Leeds.