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Volunteer Drivers welcomed

Thursday 25th August, 2016

Join our team of volunteer drivers - become a Volunteer Driver and make someone's day! Have you an hour or so to spare? Volunteer drivers are always welcomed. You can choose how many hours you want to do, what journeys you want to do and when. even one hour a week can make a difference!  Training given to drivers in the use of our vehicles.

The Bridge through its three "Wheels" operations: Teviot Wheels . Tweed Wheels and Gala Wheels has accessible vehicles to provide transport for anyone who has difficulty with accessing transport or other mobility problems. Our service is also available for use by community groups. Please get in touch with us and help us to help local people with transport needs.

Hawick, Jedburgh and Kelso and district - call Lorraine on 01835 863554  or email

Tweeddale Area -  call Rosa or Anne on 01721 723123or email

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