Archive of: community transport
23 September 2015
For those of you who don’t know, Cotswold Friends is a local charity that - among other services - provides a community transport service for people in and around the North Cotswold area. The transport service has evolved from a system founded in the 1970’s and has grown over the years to where we are today with just under a thousand clients and just under a hundred volunteers. Here are some numbers on what we’ve been up to this year!
19 February 2015
Cotswold District Council is asking residents to complete a short survey to provide information about their community transport requirements and how they think this can be improved.
03 February 2015
Hi Everyone! I’m Lesley, Lesley Bray, and I am the Community Transport Service Co-ordinator here at Cotswold Friends.
28 January 2015
Cotswold Friend, Colin Threadgill (IT Systems and Development), has been extremely busy developing a new, upgraded software program for our Transport Front Desk, called TRAFFIC (TRAnsport For Folk In the Cotwolds) – do you like the name?!
23 January 2015
We would like to thank 8 new volunteers who responded to our advert, in December 2014, who are currently going through the application process and will soon become active Cotswold Friends Volunteer Drivers.
22 January 2015
If you have an opinion about community transport in the Cotswolds, now is the time to air it. The district council is releasing a survey asking for feedback on community transport issues and how it may be improved.
12 November 2014
If you have a car and have a little spare time, then you could make a difference to people in the north of the Cotswolds who are struggling to get out.