Tarvin Community Centre
Hargrave Church Field
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Tarvin Community Centre
By Chris Davenport - 18th February 2016 6:00am
Transport for many people across Cheshire, Warrington and Halton remains a huge barrier. Whether it is getting to the doctors, hospital, or to do some shopping for the week, many people find getting out a difficult task. With austerity never far away, this issue will continue to grow. To this end, Cheshire Community Action are carrying out a Cheshire wide survey related to community transport.
Here is the link:
It would really help us if you know of people that would benefit from community transport provision but don't
have online access to this questionnaire. Could you help someone fill it in? You can do it on a smart phone and I have also attached a copy of the questionnaire if you would like to print off copies to give out to
people. To download a hard copy of the questionnaire click this link. If you are handed copies back and would like them picked up please call on the details below and I will make arrangements to do this.
Chris Davenport Finance & Commercial Manager, Cheshire Community Action, Queens House Annexe, Queens
Road, Chester CH1 3BQ t: 01244 400222 f: 01244 329777 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
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