Give a Lift Week 2013

  |  Published: Oct 9th 2013

Community Transport plays a vital role in helping those who have difficulty getting out and about maintain their independence. Whether for urgent medical appointments, shopping, or maintaining social activity, Community Transport relies on many volunteers including drivers and co-ordinators who give their time every day or once a month, these volunteers make a huge difference to their community needs.

The Community Impact Bucks Transport Team will be at venues across Buckinghamshire throughout the week to advise on community transport. They will also be on hand to help members of the public who may be considering setting up their own community car scheme.

Monday 14th October

  • AM - Stoke Mandeville Hospital
  • PM - Stoke Mandeville Hospital

Tuesday 15th October

  • AM - High Wycombe Hospital
  • PM - High Wycombe Hospital

Wednesday 16th October

  • AM - Amersham Hospital

Thursday 17th October

  • AM - Winslow Centre Café 10 - 2pm

Friday 18th October

  • AM - Chalfont St Peter Community Hospital 9am - 1pm

Saturday 19th October 

  • AM - Princes Risborough Tesco

Monday 21st October

  • AM - Wexham Park Hospital
  • PM - Wexham Park Hospital

Promotional Video

 Community Impact Bucks received funding from Bucks County Council to produce a promotional video on community transport. The film features interviews with Andy Clark, Passenger Transport Contract Manager at Bucks County Council, Passengers and Coordinators from community car schemes in Buckinghamshire and Michael Hunt, Head of Resources at Community Impact Bucks.

The video highlights the benefits and achievements of running a transport scheme and the huge difference it makes to local people.

The video will be available shortly.

To speak to a member of the transport team, call 0800 085 8480

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