The Community Minibus Fund Round Two

We’re pleased to announce that 40 community groups across England have been awarded a new minibus through the second round of the Community Minibus Fund:

 Name of Organisation  Region

Disability Direct

East Midlands

Hadhari Project

East Midlands

ASR Community

East of England

Bishops Stortford Mencap

East of England

Boxing Futures Limited

East of England

CHEXS

East of England

Families United Network

East of England

Southend Mencap

East of England

Centre 404

Greater London

Katherine Low Settlement Limited

Greater London

Edenham High School

Greater London

Age UK Gateshead Ltd

North East

DERIC (Durham Education Resource In The Community) Youth Bus Project

North East

St. Michael’s Youth Project

North East

Appleby Heritage Centre Limited

North West

Bendrigg Trust

North West

Manchester Community Transport

North West

Ykids

North West

14th Canterbury Scout Group

South East

Action4Youth

South East

BACT Community Transport Limited

South East

Cancer United

South East

Commonwork Trust

South East

Ramsgate and Broadstairs Unit 441 of The Sea Cadets

South East

Sheppey Matters

South East

Test Valley Community Services

South East

Tonbridge Baptist Church

South East

Woodpecker Wood CIC

South East

Bideford and District Unit 35 of the Sea Cadet Corps

South West

Community Equality Disability Action

South West

Concern Wadebridge

South West

Ivybridge & District Community Transport Association

South West

SEDCAT

South West

Weymouth Sea Cadets

South West

38th Walsall (1st Walsall Wood) Scout Group

West Midlands

Dore Community Transport

West Midlands

Boys and Girls club South Yorkshire

Yorkshire and Humber

Goole & District Community Transport Group

Yorkshire and Humber

Lady Lumley's School

Yorkshire and Humber

St Georges Lupset Ltd

Yorkshire and Humber
















 































The CTA was thrilled to facilitate this second round of funding and the vehicles awarded to these organisations will make a massive difference to the people and communities they will serve, opening up access to education and social activities, employment and vital public services. 

Make sure you keep up to date with the CTA via Twitter (@CTAUK1) and on our blog (ctablog.org) as we share the impact that this second round of funding will have. 

We would like to thank everyone who took the time to submit an application to the fund. We received over 300 applications and unfortunately we are unable to provide funding for every organisation that submitted an application. Due to the high number of applications we received we are unable to provide individual feedback. 

Make sure you sign up to the CTA's News Brief for fortnightly updates which include details of future funding that may be appropriate to your organisation. 

The Community Transport Association would like to thank the Department for Transport for the enormous support they have shown our sector through this fund. 

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