Welcome to Community Transport Waltham Forest

 

Welcome to Community Transport Waltham Forest

Community Transport Waltham Forest (CTWF) is a registered Charity and Company Limited by Guarantee which has been established for more than 18 years. Our primary focus is to provide a safe, affordable and accessible group travel service to local community and voluntary groups in Waltham Forest.  We have a fleet of 24 vehicles available to hire ranging from standard minibuses to larger accessible vehicles.

To support our work you can make occasional or regular donations through our Virgin Money Giving page and if you are a tax payer we can also benefit from Gift Aid through your donations.

Annual Membership Renewal

It is that time of year again!  All Community Transport members are advised to renew their membership before 1st April 2016 to ensure no disruption to your current use of our services.

NEWS Update.....

Waltham Forest - Door-to-Store - Survey of need

PLEASE NOTE: As part of our drive continuously to improve services for the community we are currently conducting a survey of need for our Door-to-Store service in Waltham Forest.

If you are an existing user of our service or if your believe that you meet the criteria above and would like to benefit from the service please fill in our online questionnaire so that we may evaluate and, if required, seek to enhance our service.

If you are an organization that works with older people or people with mobility disabilities then it may be beneficial to your service users to be aware of this survey. A PDF version may be downloaded for printing and distribution. Please contact us with any queries that you may have.

 

David Bellamy Memorial Ride 2016

David Bellamy Memorial Ride 2016.Following the successful completion of the entire (almost) 80 miles of the route from Waltham Forest Town Hall to Southend Pier and back on Sunday, 6th March 2016, we are delighted to announce that the fundraising ride proper will take place on Sunday, 22nd May 2016, departing Walthamstow Town Hall at 0900hrs.

The test ride was completed this Sunday past at an average speed of 12.5mph which, considering the almost 30 miles of hills between Basildon to Southend and back is no mean feat and included a wrong turn by yours truly!

The purpose of this fundraising ride is to raise the funds required to take up to 600 children in Newham and Waltham Forest (looked after children and young carers) to the seaside for the day in four trips of ten of our minibuses (up to 150 per trip) with proper supervision. Lunch (e.g. fish and chips) will be provided and we plan to provide secure entertainment in an enclosed, permanent funfair (e.g. Adventure Island in Southend).

The ride is free to enter but participants are asked to raise funds and details of fundraising will be provided in a forthcoming post. In total we anticipate the cost of the four trips to be in the order of £20,000 so this is our fundraising target.

You can join the ride and raise funds here.

You can donate to the charity without doing the ride here.

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Young People's survey 2016

 

Young People's Survey 2016

Life isn’t all about “clubbing” and “hanging out”. Life gets serious!

Young people face many challenges in daily life – especially as they move from adolescence to adulthood. There are many conflicting and potentially hazardous routes down which you may me tempted to travel and, in the current climate, you may find it challenging to get a worthwhile job, appropriate training and adequate preparation for your work life and, in due course, your own family life.

We have devised this very short, anonymous survey for you to tell us what you find challenging so that we can seek to provide at least some solutions that are of benefit to you. For example, if your interest is in motor vehicles we can obviously provide some guidance and even seek funding to provide proper apprenticeships. To know how we can help you please tell us about your concerns or issues because we are finalizing a bid for funding for the next three to five years – the very years that are important to you right now.

Click to download a PDF version of the survey which may be printed and completed offline then sent to us by post or fax.

Take survey...

 

Annual User Satisfaction Survey

User Satisfaction Survey

Community Transport Waltham Forest exist to serve the communities of Newham and Waltham Forest and to provide them with safe and accessible transport.

In order to continue to serve you professionally we periodically ask you to complete a short survey of your experiences of using our services (as an individual or as a group) and give you the opportunity to make suggestions as to how we can better serve you in the coming year. 

 

The survey is anonymous and we will use the aggregated data and specific suggestions on which to build on our existing, successful work within the community.

So now’s your chance to tell us what you think.

Take survey...


Annual Report 2014-15 available now

We are delighted to announce the publication of our latest Annual Report covering the period 2014-15. The report may be downloaded as a PDF in high resolution (11MB), low resolution (4MB) and an abridged version (126KB) into your browser for reading and/or printing.

Download your copy now...

Changes to UK photo-card Driving Licence

From 8th June 2015 DVLA will no longer issue paper counterparts to photo-card driving licences. Holders of existing photo-card driving licences are advised to destroy the existing paper counterpart, as it is no longer relevant. There is no change for holders of the older paper-only driving licences so these should be retained. Watch the DVLA videos: -

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20 Years Driving Our Community Forward

Community Transport is celebrating 20 FANTASTIC years of serving our community and what better way to start the celebrations than with a gift to you our  members. Take a look at the specials on offer, choose the one best suited for your group and start planning to visit somewhere amazing this summer. Continue reading...

 

 

 

 


 

 

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