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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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Happy Anniversay

Happy Anniversary!!!! 🎵Happy Anniversary to us, Happy Anniversary to us, Happy Anniversary, Happy Anniversary, Happy Anniversary to us!!!🎵 Social Enterprise Accreditation Community Transport is celebrating its’ fifth year of qualifying for the Social Enterprise mark....

Autumn Leaves & Pumpkins Please

The long days of summer are over and the cosy warmth of Autumn beckons with the promise of a kaleidoscope of rustic hues for our visual delight. Summer was an extremely active time across all sections of our organisation with strong growth in our established services...

Excursion Club Summer Season 2019

Excursion Club Summer 2019 is OPEN! And once more we have tried to offer a mix of trips to appeal to our current members and attract new service users as well. Waltham Forest Excursion Club Thurrock Garden Centre Mayfield Farm Bakery Battlesbridge Antiques centre...

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