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The Community Car Scheme Is to help villagers who have no transport, who are elderly or disabled to attend at local doctors’ or dentists’ surgeries, opticians, health clinics or to keep hospital appointments. A small charge is made to cover petrol expenses. If you require…
This online tool helps you find out which transport services operate in your area, and how to access them. Enter the postcode and address from which you want to travel and the tool will provide you with information about bus services, rail services, dial-a-ride services,…
Transport Plus is a community transport service provided by Norfolk County Council. It is a service using mostly volunteer car drivers to enable adult members of the public to access essential health, social and wellbeing services. Journey bookings can be made with the County Council’s…
Northwold Community Car Scheme provides journeys for medical visits or to connect with public transport. Most journeys are within West Norfolk but some are undertaken to Cambridge hospitals or to the Norfolk & Norwich Hospital. Other essential journeys may be considered. A mileage charge is…
East of England Ambulance Service provide non-emergency patient transport services in Cambridgeshire, Great Yarmouth and Waveney, north, south and west Essex and Suffolk. Our patient transport service (PTS) team make about 500,620 journeys every year, taking patients who are frail or need specialist assistance to and from appointments…
What is it? The Personalised Travel Scheme (PTS) is a pilot scheme that offers a sum of money to parents and carers with a child or young person who has Special Educational Needs or Disabilities (SEND) to enable them to make their own arrangements to…
For some, travel to hospital can present difficulties – for example, because of the cost, the length or complexity of the journey, or lack of access to private or public transport. Help with travel may be available whether it is in the form of travel…
Help around the home, Meals-on-wheels, Travel, Day centres and groups, equipment, assistive technology, alarms, repairs and more. 
WNCT was set up to provide a range of safe, affordable door to door transport services for people who are unable to access public transport due to location, age or mobility issues. The aim of WNCT is to provide services for people which contribute to…
We provide ‘well-being’ transport, using our volunteer car drivers to take people to health appointments and other destinations of their choice. Passengers can either make a payment direct to the driver or they can be sent an invoice. It is currently 45p per mile from…