Ravenshead Community Transport

Photographed at Newstead Abbey, Ravenshead, Nottinghamshire

"Connecting local people with places"

The Project operates 3 x 15 seater wheelchair accessible mini coaches providing community transport for the inhabitants of  Ravenshead and the surrounding area.


Our Customer Helpline...

01623 490888.

  • New weekly service on Mondays & Wednesdays from Ravenshead to Blidworth & Kirkby-in-Ashfield
  • Tuesday & Thursday morning Ravenshead village routes
  • Tuesday & Friday shopping specials
  • Available for private hire
  • Available for Group events
  • Ravenshead Travel Club
  • Transport provided for The Cornwater Club (Ravenshead)

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Covid 19







In view of the developing situation with regard to the Covid 19 Pandemic and with a heavy heart I have to advise you that we have taken the decision to suspend our services with immediate effect.

We have been trying to keep things going, but following the Prime Minister's latest advice, and given that the vast majority of our passengers are aged +70 and indeed, as are the majority of our volunteer drivers, we have concluded this is our only option.

We are encouraging our regular passengers to contact us for any assistance, whether transport related or not and shall resume services as and when we are able to.

I will continue to keep you updated. In the meantime keep safe everyone.


UPDATE


Following the 'lockdown' I am delighted to be able to share these photographs of some of our volunteers helping out our local shops with food/prescription deliveries in Lady Mary. A great example of our community working together during this difficult time.

More funding success

We have recently secured some funding from the Department for Transport which has enabled us to replace our oldest minibus (Lady Annabella) with Lady Elizabeth. This is fantastic news for our local community and we are very appreciative of this help from the Government. Trustees David Grenham and Paul Baskcomb met up with local MP Mark Spencer to showcase our new vehicle complete with the DforT Community Fund stickers.

 Many people are finding they are able to get out and about to friends, social events, meetings and appointments by using the Village Bus. It has a lift to help wheel chair users and those for whom steps are difficult.