BoA and District Link urgently need volunteers

31st January 2020, 9:11am | By Ros Griffiths |

We are a Good Neighbour service providing transport for medical appointments,  shopping  etc.


We need:
– Telephone coordinators who work from home with our mobile phone usually for a couple of days a month.
-Drivers who provide transport at times of their own choosing, using their own car. Expenses are refunded.

Phone 07957 367124 for more information.

 

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