Community transport scheme for elderly and mobility-restricted residents of Earley. Drivers use their own cars, and are re-imbursed for mileage. Requests taken by phone. Opening hours are 09.30-12.15 Monday to Friday, 2-3 days notice preferred. 24-hour answerphone.
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