Community Transport Chichester

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The Chichester depot provides a Dial-A-Ride service which provides vital independence if someone is isolated due to age, disability, rurality or income. It allows someone to make their own travel arrangement and participate fully in their community without being reliant on friends or family.


Dial-A-Ride will pick you up from your door in a wheelchair-accessible minibus, with a trained driver who can help you get from A to B as smoothly as possible.

They can take patients to the local shops, garden centres, to medical appointments or perhaps to see friends or family by booking just a few days in advance.

Patients will need to register as a member before booking a Dial-A-Ride journey. Chichester - Community Transport Sussex or phone 01243 210803.

They are thrilled to have joined forces with the adult care centre, Terry’s Place in Chichester, as a partner in delivering services in Chichester.

Terry’s Place provides a sanctuary for family and friend carers needing a break, or loved ones who are lonely or isolated, requiring social or emotional stimulation and support.

They can transport patients to and from the centre, giving piece of mind that they will be assisted and transported safely to and from home.

They are also looking for travel buddies, volunteers to take patients to and from doctors’ appointments.

The Travel Buddy Scheme recruits volunteer drivers to use their own vehicles (mileage will be paid) to transport people to their local GP Surgery or hospital for appointments and return them home again. For those with a bit of spare time this will provide a much needed service to more vulnerable patients.



Telephone: 01243 210803
Booking lines open: 9:00am to 12:00pm Monday to Friday