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Community Transport in Bournemouth and surrounding area; affordable and accessible transport for a range of people to prevent loneliness and isolation
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sedcat 20h
Shopmobility is open from 10am-2pm,Mon-Fri for shoppers. Don’t forget to book on 01202 598295 during opening times.Card payment only.
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sedcat Jul 10
‘’A recent survey by the British Red Cross revealed that two in five UK adults felt lonelier under lockdown. Even more worrying, the survey found that 28% thought that nobody would notice if something happened to them’’
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sedcat Jul 9
We're re-starting the BAT bus shopping to Castlepoint and Sovereign Ctr from 16th July with safety measures and social distancing. Members must book on 01202 399771 from 10-11 on Weds 15th for a seat.
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sedcat Jul 9
Local health services must consider the transport experience which has been consistently highlighted by as being a cause of anxiety and missed appointments
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Community Action Network (CAN) Jul 3
Priority supermarket delivery slots - access to these for residents will continue if already signed up for support. If not, registrations for food support via link below will close on 17 July. All government food parcels will stop on 31 July.
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Bill Freeman Jun 30
I just co-signed a statement to with over 300 civil society leaders. Join us >>
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sedcat Jun 25
Website links to transport directory from our services page and on governance page
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sedcat Jun 25
We’re hugely excited to announce that we’ve launched our new sedcat website today!! Andy and Julie Saunders @ have produced a fantastic result and we’re really proud to show it off.
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Bournemouth Echo Jun 25
Replying to @vikki4mdnp
BCP council leader has issued another plea for visitors to stay away until July 4 as the area is not set-up for visitors until then. More here
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sedcat Jun 25
We’re hugely excited to announce that we’ve launched our new sedcat website today!! Andy and Julie Saunders @ have produced a fantastic result and we’re really proud to show it off.
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Community Action Network (CAN) Jun 24
If you're a charity in the BCP area & have roles you'd like to advertise, we now have a new online platform you can use! Please visit our website for more information Advice sessions available for you via Zoom around getting volunteer ready!
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sedcat Jun 24
NHS warning of flammable hand sanitiser vapours igniting in vehicles
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sedcat Jun 23
We must not lose focus on preventing loneliness and isolation which is greatly affected by the inability to travel - Jo Cox report points to lack of accessible transport as major factor.
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Kevin Carr Jun 23
Lots of things reopening from 4th July but some thought must be given to the mental health of those without access to a car, who presumably are still only able to travel if essential. We need a blueprint for bus, coach and rail quick sharp!
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CTA Jun 23
Today, CTA have joined with a range of organisations in Wales to champion the role of accessible and inclusive transport in building a more connected Wales. ➡️ Read more from about today's new report from the coalition:
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Community Action Network (CAN) Jun 23
Volunteer telephone befrienders needed This role provides a social opportunity to talk and connect with other individuals who don't have access to digital platforms Sign up to volunteer via our website
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sedcat Jun 23
supplying our marketing flyers and COVID19 notices
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sedcat Jun 21
Congratulations -we were one of the good causes who were supported by to provide food and medicine deliveries to shielded clients and help transport patients as well as take people to essential GP and check ups
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sedcat Jun 21
Replying to @YellowBuses
face coverings also necessary for foot passengers on the chain ferry.
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Yellow Buses Jun 20
Please remember the government has made it mandatory for passengers to wear a facial covering while travelling on public transport (unless you are exempt) 🚌 A face covering does not have to be a medical mask, you can use a scarf, bandana or you can make your own at home
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