A charity in Thame which provides transport to hospitals and doctors for people who are less able has received its new specially adapted vehicle.
The Thame Community Car was set up in 1988 and the charity helps wheelchair users and others with disabilities to get to medical appointments.
Two days a week the charity’s new vehicle is also used by the Thame and District Day Centre. It is also available at weekends for people with family members requiring a self-drive wheelchair adapted vehicle. The charity has a number of new drivers and committee members and is looking forward to continuing to deliver the service in the area.
It is now looking for volunteer drivers who can spare an hour or two to help less able members of the community.
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you are able to help or call 01844 281030. Pictured above from left to right are Community Car volunteers John Pearson, Colin Long, Jane Webb, John Miles, Andrew Dodwell and Tim Morton.