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A South Wales Echo article requesting volunteer drivers for Vest Transport, who "aim to support vulnerable older people by supplying door to door transport in fully accessible minibuses". Source: , accessed on 1/4/17.

"Voluntary Emergency Services Transport (VEST) was set up in 1971. Back then we delivered coal and wood to the housebound during fuel shortages. Today we are VEST Community Transport. We provide transport for residents of Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan who can’t use regular public transport. By using our buses hundreds of people enjoy local trips for shopping or leisure or to meet friends at day centres. Buses can also be booked for day trips further afield. Our team of drivers are highly trained and happy to help."
Source: , accessed 1/4/17.


Drivers wanted

MANAGERS at charity Vest Transport are looking for volunteer drivers aged between 25 and 65.

The organisation in East Tindle Street, Splott, Cardiff, which helps elderly and disabled people get around the city, needs people who can drive a minibus for three or four hours on a Monday or a Wednesday.

Drivers will receive expenses.

For more information, ring 029 2048 5036.

From Microform, Local Studies, Cardiff Library.
Image created by The British Library Board.
Copyright: Media Wales.

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