We provide for hire motorised scooters, manual and power assisted wheelchairs to people coming into Durham City to increase independence and ease of access to shopping, leisure and educational facilities. Shopmobility is for anyone with a disability/mobility problem whether temporary or permanent. Accessible excursions/day trips…
0191 386 8556
You can find information on transport for children of compulsory school age to and from schools, as well as for those who are post 16 on the Durham County Council website.
03000 264 444
Link2 is a pre-bookable bus service for people making journeys (up to five miles) where there is no other suitable bus, for example in rural areas where bus services may be limited. Who is the Link2 service for?It can be booked by anyone as long…
03000 269 999
Fax: 0191 389 8181
Our support at home service is part of the national charity The British Red Cross. We can help you regain independence following a stay in hospital. We provide care and support at home to help prevent hospital readmission. Services provided by our volunteers include: collecting…
0191 384 1360
We provide a forum to talk about anything about access. This highlights what access should be improved in the Durham City area and act as a group that supports, promotes and encourages improvements in access to local councils, educational premises, businesses, transport operators etc by…
The Access Bus provides people who have limited mobility with a door-to-door transport service to popular shopping and leisure destinations. The bus service covers towns and villages across the county. Who is the Access Bus scheme for? You must have a genuine mobility problem to…
03000 269 999

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