Co-wheels is the UK’s only independent national car club, with 500+ cars over 60 locations across Scotland and England. Cars are hired for as little or long as needed – from half an hour up to several days, and members only pay for what they use. Co-wheels aims to reduce Read more [...]
Community Transport Waltham Forest (CTWF) is a registered Charity with a dual purpose of providing sustainable group transport facility for local voluntary and community organisations and developing services which address the impact of social exclusion experienced by the elderly and disabled individuals in our community. We are embedded into the Read more [...]
Dorset Community Transport (also known as DCT) forms part of ECT Charity which is both a charity and a social enterprise that combines business thinking with social values to deliver high quality transport services that positively benefit the local communities. DCT’s community-based door-to-door transport services help keep disabled, isolated and/or Read more [...]
Ealing Community Transport (also known as ECT) forms part of ECT Charity, which is both a charity and a social enterprise that combines business thinking with social values to deliver high quality transport services that positively benefit the local communities. ECT’s community-based door-to-door transport services help keep disabled, isolated and/or lonely Read more [...]
With over 12 years of community transport experience, the organisation continues to flourish and provide a diverse range of transport services wherever possible linking with existing bus and rail routes. 1 in 4 people in our catchment area are unable to drive or do not have access to a car. Read more [...]
Westway CT sees the provision of transport as a means to a broader aim: harnessing community resources, meeting individual needs and creating social opportunities. It provides a range of low-cost, professional, user-friendly and flexible Community Transport Services to a variety of users, both groups and individuals, meeting their transport needs Read more [...]
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