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Welcome to Community Transport Waltham Forest

We provide a safe, affordable and accessible group travel service to local community and voluntary groups in Waltham Forest. With a fleet of 24 vehicles available to hire ranging from standard minibuses to larger accessible vehicles, we are a registered Charity and Company Limited by Guarantee which has been established for more than 18 years.

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Call us on 020 8521 0665 or contact us via our enquiry form

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Covid -19 Impact on our Members

At Community Transport Waltham Forest we are aware that our member organisations work with some of the most vulnerable members of our society in Newham, Waltham Forest and Enfield. We are working hard to implement government advice to ensure that we are in the best...

Newham Door to Store Shopping Service

Newham Community Transport Canning Town South Door to Store Service scheduled to launch on the 7th February 2020 has received a grant of £10,400 from The Post Code Community Trust. Postcode Community Trust is a grant giving charity funded entirely by players of the...

We Are Moving!!!

Please note that we will be moving into new premises this week with an anticipated move date of Wednesday 5th February 2020.  Our address and contact numbers  will remain the same but we will be now situated in the new office block on the left-hand side of the depot...

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