Little Red Bus – didn’t we do well

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The Little Red Bus community transport operator received a cheque for £400 from the Road Haulage Association to help with their “Phone, Book and Go” and the Travel Club services.

Clive Warcup, Chair of the Association said:

The Little Red Bus offer a marvellous service to take people shopping, to the Drs and Hospital appointments or wherever they would like to go and the members of Road Haulage Association at its Annual Conference held at the Old Swan Hotel, Harrogate decided to support the Little Red Bus and its services to people with little or no access to transport

Julia Frater, Marketing Manager, Little Red Bus said:

We offer a fully accessible affordable, flexible service helping everyone to get out and about and also offering a number of interesting trips every month for passengers to discover new places, meet new people through the Travel Club. We are very grateful to the generosity of the Associations members which will help deliver these services

 

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