What is Ilkley Community Transport? PDF Print E-mail

Running a minibus and volunteer car scheme for the benefit of local residents had been an ongoing project of ICVS / Good Neighbours for many years (see below). With the arrival of a Transport Co-ordinator and the subsequent increase in activity, the decision was taken to establish the project as an independent organisation. This happened in November 2004. The project now has charitable status and its own management committee. They are free to concentrate on transport issues and the daily running of the organisation.

The organisation has 126 group members with passenger ages ranging from 3 months to 90+ years. The number of passengers transported by bus or car in 2002 was approximately 2,800. This rose to around 3,400 in 2003 and 5,400 in 2004, and has increased steadily to approximately 6,500 in 2007. In 2014 we hired our minibuses out more than 600 times, completed over 14,500 individual passenger journeys, and used the services of over 50 volunteers. Types of journey vary enormously: from short runs around the Ilkley district, to day trips to the Yorkshire and Lancashire coasts, the Lake District and neighbouring counties. We have also organised holiday transport for people with disabilities. We also carry out weekly transport for three luncheon clubs for the elderly, a weekly shoppers run for elderly and disabled people from Addingham to Ilkley and support the local daycare centre Monday to Friday.


Ilkley Community Transport is the trading name of Ilkley & District Good Neighbours Community Transport, a charitable company limited by guarantee.
Registered in England & Wales no. 5109768.
Registered office: Riddings Hall, Riddings Road, Ilkley LS29 9LU
Registered Charity no. 1105631


Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 February 2016 10:44