CT4N Charitable Trust Offers Free Travel To Mark Community Transport Week

CT4N Charitable Trust Offers Free Travel To Mark Community Transport Week

CT4N Charitable Trust is celebrating the first-ever National Community Transport (CT) Week by offering a free trip for registered customers.

CT Week will promote the contribution made by community transport providers around the country, and CT4N Charitable Trust is set to play its part by inviting its Easylink passengers to enjoy a free journey on either Monday, October 23 or Friday, October 27.

Barry Alllitt, CT4N Commercial Director, said: “This is our chance to offer a thank you to our loyal customers, celebrate Community Transport Week, and spread the word about the benefits of using the Easylink service.”

The offer is open to any registered Easylink user and provides one free trip per service user, saving up to £8 on our already discounted fares.

“EasyLink services in and around Nottingham are run by CT4N in partnership with Nottingham City Council and Nottinghamshire County Council and support passengers who find the main bus and tram network difficult to use,” Ian said.

“In doing so, we provide a door-to-door service – whether it’s for just a trip to the shops, to visit friends or to attend a hospital or a GP appointment.

“We have regular, friendly, well-trained drivers who are there to help people with mobility issues, and all our mini-buses are wheelchair-accessible.”

Registering to become an Easylink passenger is free, and anyone with a Mobility or Senior Citycard is eligible, including passes issued by both the city and county councils.

Registered users can book their journey up to seven days ahead for shopping or leisure trips and up to three months in advance for medical appointments.

“We fully back the principle of CT Week, which has a theme of ‘Bridging the Gap, Connecting Communities’, and believe community transport is more than just moving people from A to B. It’s about fostering a sense of belonging, bridging divides, and empowering individuals to access education, employment, healthcare, and social opportunities that are the bedrock of a thriving community,” Barry added.

For more information on Easylink go to https://www.ct4n.co.uk/charity/easylink or email easylink@ct4n.co.uk or call their helpful team on (0115) 969 1801.
Further information about Community Transport Week can be found here