Recent news in Back & 4th Transport

Posted on 15th February, 2017 by fionah in Transport
Does your knitting group want to go on a day trip?
Posted on 2nd October, 2015 by Alison in Transport

Wellesbourne & District Lions Club have gifted a community minibus to Back & 4th Transport.

Posted on 2nd April, 2015 by judehenderson in General, Transport

Back & 4th Community Transport, part of WRCC, is delighted to announce a successful bid to the Department for Transport Community Minibus Fund and will soon be welcoming a brand new wheelchair accessible vehicle to the fleet.

Posted on 5th December, 2014 by Alison in Transport

Over £650 has so far been donated in the last 2 weeks by customers wishing the service well and doing their bit to keep this essential service running

Posted on 5th December, 2014 by Kate in Transport
Our minibuses have travelled a distance of more than three times round the world this year...
Posted on 24th November, 2014 by judehenderson in General, Transport
Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin has announced that hundreds of vital community groups from across the country will receive additional support. £25 million will be made available to provide hundreds of new minibuses to community transport operators in rural and isolated areas.   The scheme will support voluntary organisations as they provide vital services for people in rural communities with limited transport choices.   For further details please see Gov.uk site
Posted on 8th October, 2014 by judehenderson in General, Transport
 
Back & 4th Community Transport have recently launched a new community Minibus Service in Warwick District called Shoppa-Hoppa.  
 
 
 
Posted on 6th August, 2014 by Alison in Transport

Our minibus driver Andrew recomends volunteering with B&4th and mentions a few perks!

Posted on 10th April, 2014 by Alison in Transport
Back & 4th Community Transport has recently launched Shoppa-Hoppa, a weekly community bus service in Warwick and Leamington.  
The service operates every Monday, collecting passengers from their homes.
Posted on 3rd April, 2014 by Alison in Transport

Minibus volunteer Neil Willis tells us how he thought 'I could do something about that' - and he did...

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