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Available spaces for The Big Day Out!

Do you know any young people 5 -12 yrs old in the St James Street area who could benefit from any all costs covered fun day at the seaside?

The Big Day Out is happening on the 22nd August and we are delighted that the St James Street big Local are providing the  resources to enable 35-40  young people and their families from the St James Street area to participate in the Big Day Out.  The day will include transport to Southend,  entry to  Adventure Island, The Sea life Centre and a meal.  Booking forms and consent letters are available

Here is the invitation form, which is yours too keep. It has all the necessary information for your convenience, but if you have further questions, please contact us. Big Day Out Invite Letter St James Street (3)

Here is the consent form. Please fill this in and return by post. Big Day Out 2017 permission (2)

Here is the address in which you need to post the letters to. Helen Tredoux, Community Transport Waltham forest, Low Hall Depot, 42 Argall Avenue, Leyton, E10 7AS.

The deadline for the forms is the 17th of August,

If you know of families who could benefit please contact:

Helen Tredoux, at or Call her on 020 8521 0665.

We look forward to hear from you!

CTWF Annual Report 2017

As we are now just over halfway through 2017, we have developed our latest annual report. We have attached the file down below. We hope you take a moment of your time to read it over. It has been a rather busy year! The document will open in the current window when you click the link.

CTWF Annual Report 2017 WEB

Big Day Out 2017

Big Day Out 2017

Following the successful efforts of Community Transport and Ambition, Aspire, Achieve in hosting the inaugural Big Day Out 2016 event which allowed over 200 needy children and their families to enjoy a day out at the seaside, we are doing it again for 2017!!! We are leaving no stone un-turned in our effort to raise £15,000.00 to make this event possible; and our amazing staff are fully on board and eagerly participating in fundraising challenges to ensure we reach the goal.

First up on the 29th April will be our Fleet Supervisor, Alison Fowlerlouis, as she completes the Yorkshire Three Peaks challenge. After that climb in the beautiful Yorkshire region, there will be many more local fundraising events including (but not limited to) swimming challenges and five-a-side football competition culminating in an all inclusive Fun Day event locally.

Stay tuned to this page, or follow us on Twitter & Facebook for updates, and in the meantime go to and kindly sponsor Alison on her challenge.

Our 2016 Recap

Our 2016 Recap

Is it too late for us to wish you all a productive 2017??? I say no, because good wishes are always welcome even if we have already made it through month 1 of the New Year. First welcome to our new website and layout, all of the information you need is still here but just in a brighter and more modern layout for your viewing and searching ease. 2016 was a busy year for Community Transport with new avenues explored and we are diligently putting things in place so that in 2017 we can build on some of the groundwork laid and projects such as our initial Big Day Out and Excursions Club continue to grow and thrive.

We have maintained our Social Enterprise and (London) Living Wage Employer status and added the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) to our accreditation list, so here is brief recap of our major highlights of 2016 and insight into our plans for 2017.

2016 Recap

Big Day Out – Our inaugural fundraising even to provide a day out to the seaside to under privileged children and their families living in Newham and Waltham Forest was a resounding success with over 500 passenger journeys completed resulting in many happy smiles and content faces.


Excursion Club – Our Excursion Club season of events was the busiest we have seen with a 12% increase in membership after the summer events alone and over 100 passenger journeys our members thoroughly enjoyed the trips on offer which included sojourns to the seaside, scenic drives, Rochester Christmas Market & Dickensian Christmas and St. Albans to name a few. Excursion Club continues to provide a much needed and appreciated avenue of social viability for the elderly and disabled within the borough helping them to maintain their independence and cut down on the impact of loneliness and social isolation which so many experience.


Developing Community Connections

We further extended our outreach into the community through working with West Ham Sports Trust to provide a shuttle services between Stratford International and the Stadium on match days for their disabled and elderly fans that are not able to walk the distance. Although only in operation for five (5) months to date, this service has received many accolades from the West Ham fans and we at Community Transport look forward to providing the service in the foreseeable future.



For 2017 we are diligently planning and researching avenues to raise funds to ensure events such as the Big Day Out and Excursion Club will be on our summer events calendar (If you are interested in making a donation please click HERE for more details). Additionally we will continue to explore ways to the contractual side of our services which supports our Pathways to Employment initiative.