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Community Transport Vale Royal, Cheshire Community Development Trust

Cheshire Community Development Trust

Community Partners Cheshire is a charity based in Anderton, Northwich. It runs a number of schemes.

  • Telephone: 01606 784100 for information and bookings on any of the schemes listed below.

Dial a Ride

The Dial a Ride scheme is a door to door transport scheme for people who find using public transport difficult. All the minibuses used are wheelchair accessible and bookings are taken the day before the passenger wishes to travel. To use the Dial a Ride you must complete a membership form and become a registered user.

  • Northwich Dial a Ride:  Tuesday to Saturday inclusive, 8.45am - 4.30pm - bookings are taken the day before you wish to travel between 9am and 11am
  • Winsford Dial a Ride:  Monday to Friday, 8.45am - 4.30pm - bookings are taken the day before you wish to travel between 1pm and 3pm
  • Frodsham Dial a Ride:  Monday 9.15am to 2pm from Frodsham to Northwich and Thursday 9.15am and 4pm around the Frodsham area - bookings are taken the day before you wish to travel between 9am and 11am

Rural Rider

This transport scheme is available to anyone living in the rural areas around Northwich and Winsford, including Oakmere, Wincham, Plumley, Anderton and Delamere. The service operates Monday to Friday, 8.45am - 4.30pm. The booking line is open from 10am - 2pm and bookings are taken the day before you wish to travel.

Women’s safe transport

This is an evening pre-bookable door to door transport service operating in and around the Northwich area. Bookings are taken between 1.30pm and 3.30pm. This service only operates on a Wednesday and Thursday evening and is open to any female.

Community car scheme

Using volunteer drivers, the scheme takes passengers in the Northwich area to appointments.  We ask for two or three days notice and a small charge will apply. For more information telephone between 9am and 11am.


Who to contact

Telephone
01606 784100
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