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The CTA Wales Team
The CTA in Wales
The CTA works to support its members in Wales through its offices in Swansea and Rhyl. Our work in Wales is supported by the Welsh Government, via its Integrated Transport Unit. They provide core funding to CTA as the "voice of community transport in Wales, to support and develop new and existing community transport operators (CTO’s) across the country, and to serve as advocate and promoter of the sector.
The CTA Wales team helps ensure that CTO’s are able to deliver legally compliant, safe, professional transport services that follow best practice whilst also representing the interests of the sector to local and national government. We can support communities and organisations to develop new community transport schemes and work with a variety of other organisations and to find and develop appropriate transport solutions at the local level.
CTA is for and about inclusive and accessible transport and we believe that nobody should be disadvantaged due to a lack of access to suitable transportation. Transport is a key enabler for living and CTA contributes to the wellbeing of Wales through support and assistance for CTO's. By helping to create conditions that are supportive of Community Transport services, we can encourage more transport connections, help reduce isolation and help individuals feel more connected to friends, family, community, public services and facilities.
Meet the Team
Sian Summers-Rees, Director for Wales
Carl Gough, Senior Support & Development officer (South East Wales)
David Brooks, Development officer (South West & Mid Wales)
Lindsay Haveland, Support and Development Officer (North Wales)
Office Locations for CTA in Wales
Main Office (Swansea)
Forge Fach Centre,
Tel: 01792 844290
North Wales Office (Rhyl)
Tel: 01745 356751
Location on Google Maps
Location on Google maps
CTA Advisory Committee for Wales
The CTA Committee for Wales is elected each year at the Annual Welsh members meeting. It is comprised of representatives from CTA member groups who deliver a wide range of CT services. The committee debates strategic issues of importance to the CT network in Wales and acts as a conduit for communication between the CTA and its membership.
The current committee members are :
- Sarah Leyland-Jones (Acting Chair) - Powys Assoc. Voluntary Organisations
Debbie Johnson - Pembrokeshire Assoc. of Community Transport Organisations
Barrie Scholfield - Denbighshire Dial a Ride
Iwan Williams - Older Persons Commissioner for Wales Office
Gethin George - Conwy County Borough Council
Richard Cope - Monmouthshire County Borough Council / Grass Routes
Megan Rosser-Davies - Torfaen Community Transport
The date of the next CTA Wales Committee Meeting is : To be confirmed
Previous Minutes from the Committee can be found on the Documents page
CTA Wales Committee Terms of Reference