Stagecoach West is celebrating 100 years of Swindon buses with an open day next Saturday for families and bus enthusiasts.

Bristol Tramways set up a Swindon branch on November 7 1921 which later became part of Stagecoach West.

On the open day, visitors can see past and present buses as part of the bus display, ride through a bus wash, speak to the engineering team and look behind the scenes at the workshop.

There will be stalls with transport related items and an opportunity to see your name on the front of a bus.

Children can colour in and craft on a bus, and games, activities and competitions will be on offer.

Refreshments will be available, including hot drinks and food and all proceeds will go to the Great Western Air Ambulance.

The event takes place between 10am and 3pm at Swindon Depot on Cheney Manor Industrial Estate on November 6.

Shuttle buses will run between the depot, the bus station and the train station every half hour. There won't be a charge for this service but visitors are encouraged to donate to the chosen charity.