It might seem that parking a mobile hamburger takeaway in a bus stop is making life inconvenient for bus passengers
But this is Lockleaze, after 6pm. There aren't going to be that many more buses, and all the shops in the square have closed down. This little shop is all there is for evening activities. As such, it provides a valuable community resource for people without cars, without the money to waste on a taxi or the time and money to hang around hoping a bus may come eventually. Which would you prefer - somewhere where you can stand and wait for a FirstBus bus to turn up or enough services near where you live that you don't need FirstBus?