Community Transport in Derbyshire

Community Transport schemes in derbyshire provide door to door transport for both individuals who have problems accessing public transport, either because of impaired mobility or lack of services in rural areas and for groups involved in community activities. The vehicles range from small people carriers to larger buses and all are wheelchair accessible and have steps for those people with limited mobility. Typical Community Transport services are:

Dial a Bus – for people to do their shopping in town
Group Travel – Church groups, Scouts, WI
Dial a Ride – for people with mobility problems needing a more personal transport service to get to appointments
Community Car Scheme – Volunteers use their own cars to provide essential journeys

Contact 01773 746652 for further details

NHS England has confirmed that despite the Government announcement (27 January) relating to face coverings no longer being mandatory in public places, the UK Health Security Agency’s Infection Prevention Control guidance remains in place in GP Surgeries.

This means that we will still require patients to wear face coverings (facemasks or face shields), to maintain social distance and use hand sanitiser to enter the practice building. As we are a higher risk environment, continuing these measures will help to ensure that we keep all our patients and staff safe. Please help us by wearing a mask or face covering when you visit our practice.

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