Yateley Town Council awarded yelabus a Local Hero award for outstanding contributions to the community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
yelabus were named as one of the Local Hero’s at the Yateley & District Lions Club Summer Fayre on Monday 30 August.
yelabus, your community transport charity, can help.
- Two 15 seat minibuses
- Wheelchair accessible via tail lift
- Fully air conditioned
- Self-drive or qualified driver available
- No mileage restrictions
For further information, including hire costs, contact Tracey Crane on 07719 799263 or at email@example.com
The Annual General Meeting of the yelabus Association will be held via Zoom video conference on Tuesday 8th December at 1.00pm.
Join in to find out about your community transport charity.
Please contact yelabus Secretary Bill Hill on firstname.lastname@example.org
Today marks the end of yelabus’ Blackwater Pharmacy run.
Over the 14 weeks of support we estimate that we deliver about 2,000 packets for them to people in our community.
We are hoping to support our community again by providing community transport to our community.
We have reconfigured our buses to comply with the 1 meter plus rule for social distancing and adopted enhanced cleaning methods . This allows 8 passengers plus a driver.
So if you’re a group looking for help transport members, please contact us.
At yelabus we are a charity that provides community transport to north east Hampshire, Surrey and Berkshire using 2 mini busses with tail lifts.
We are looking for people to help run the organisation, we are particularly looking to get onboard younger members. We meet at lunchtime every second Tuesday in Yateley attendance could be by video call.
We are particularly looking to strengthen our fundraising and media capability so if you have expertise in these areas it would be great but don’t be put off if you haven’t.
If you would like to be a part of yelabus, please get in contact.
- Desire to help our community.
yelabus are looking for friendly, enthusiastic people to drive our minibuses in and around Yateley.
Full training will be given and hours are to suit (mainly week days, possible evening/weekend work).
Most of our clients are elderly, and very much appreciate the local transport service we offer.
If you would like to be a part of that, please get in contact.
- have a full car driving licence (cat B), test taken before 1st January 1997 or cat D1 licence
- are aged 25 or over.
If anyone would like to make a donation to yelabus, please make a bank transfer or send us a cheque to the address below. Thank you.
Sort Code: 30 91 53
Account Number: 02878160
Account Name: The Yelabus Association
C/o Yateley Town Council
You might be aware that the yelabus charity has been delivering your medical supplies during the Covid-19 outbreak. We hope that you have found our voluntary work with the NHS useful. yelabus is a registered charity that provides group community transport at very reasonable rates in Hampshire, Surrey and Bracknell Forest.
The charity has two adapted 15-seater minibuses with tail lifts that can accommodate wheelchairs. We are looking to extend the usage of our buses, particularly in the evenings and at weekends. If you’re in a group or know of one that needs help with transport, then please contact Tracey on 07719799263 or contact us via www.yelabus.org.uk
We are also looking for volunteer minibus drivers. Full training will be provided and no regular commitment is required. If you’re under 70 and would like to help your community please contact us. Volunteers are also required to help with the running of the charity in various roles, such as publicity.
Like all charities we need donations to keep us going. If you could help us it would be greatly appreciated. Details of how to donate are available on our website.
Chair of yelabus
Charity No 1153996
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yelabus are proud to be supporting our community delivering medical supplies.
yelabus have contacted Hart Vol. Action, Yateley Town Council, Oakley Health Group and also the N.H.S Volunteers to offer our services and help our community in these trying times.