Mission Statement

To maintain the independence of elderly and disabled Wokingham residents and visitors, safely and with full consideration for the end user.
Valuing and engaging vulnerable and disadvantaged people in our community whilst promoting inclusion.


What we do

We aim to help anybody with walking difficulties (temporary or permanent) get around Wokingham Town Centre on a mobility scooter. You do not have to be a Blue Badge holder or a Wokingham Resident to use the scheme.

We offer two services:

We can deliver scooters to members’ homes who live within a half mile radius of the Town Hall.

If members live outside this radius we can arrange to meet them at convenient points in the Town Centre for example “Keep Mobile” drop off points, car parks, bus stops etc.

When you have finished with the scooter we will collect the vehicle at an agreed time and place.

 
Opening Hours

The scheme is open from 8.30 a.m to 2.30 p.m Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. The scheme can be extended to keep the scooter outside these hours in certain circumstances.


For more information or to join the scheme, please call Carl Jones the scheme manager on 0118 977
0332 or click on the following link to email
mobility@wok-vol.org.uk. Wokingham Town Mobility has its own website. Please see www.wokinghammobility.org.uk for full details of the scheme.


Funding

Wokingham Town Mobility is funded by a grant from Wokingham Town Council, members’ fees and adhoc fundraising events. We have also received support from Wokingham West Forest Round Table, Michael Hardy Lettings, Luff Investments, Tesco Charity Trust, Berkshire Community Foundation and Sun Mobility.




                  
   

                               

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





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