LARGS Community Council is pushing for a dial-a-bus service that could be introduced in the area on Sundays after a bid to extend weekend timetables failed.

Stagecoach's service from Largs to Irvine now finishes at 3.09pm, when the last bus was previously not until 7.35pm on Sunday evenings. 
Meanwhile the last bus heading north from West Kilbride to Largs now leaves at 2.39pm on Sundays, with concerns about the shortage of coverage.
The Sunday service only has four buses a day north and south - and is generally every two hours, as opposed to the half-hourly service during the rest of the week, which runs late into the evening thanks to the Stagecoach 585 and 585A service.
Community councillor Andy Adair lobbied Stagecoach about restoring the Sunday service to later in the day but said that his request was turned down,with bosses citing financial reasons for their stance.
Following the talks he fears that there could be even fewer buses run in the future and the group will now lobby for a dial-a-bus service to be brought in.
Mr Adair told the News: "I have contacted both Stagecoach and Strathclyde Partnership for Transport.
"Stagecoach came back to me and said it was an absolute no.
"They would not consider extending the service on Sunday.
"It is not cost effective - and in fact they may be looking at closing more bus routes."
Skelmorlie has a dial-a-bus service and Largs CC are going to explore whether this could be an option for the local area, to compensate for the Sunday service being curtailed so early in the day.
Community councillor Jamie Black has asked if a senior active travel officer for North Ayrshire Council could come to a meeting of the group to discuss improving bus services in the area.