Access Able Transport for All Ages

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    Passengers boarding the bus at The Belvedere Centre
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    Driver John with passenger at The Belvedere Centre. (Photo courtesy of Archant)
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    Driver Ricky assisting Phyllis after attending The Stroke Club. (Photo courtesy of 1st Photographic)
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    Passenger Assistant John with Lucy. (Photo courtesy of 1st Photographic)
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    Walkers celebrating completing our sponsored walk
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    Passengers on a visit to Stody Lodge and Gardens on behalf of a grant by Supporting Friends of Friends of the Elderly

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Do you have spare time?

Volunteers keep the wheels on our mobility buses turning! We are very fortunate to have a dedicated team at Norwich Door to Door whose valuable contributions range from driving buses, assisting passengers, making cards, office support and assistance at events.  Without them, we simply would not be able to deliver our services, which provide necessary help to isolated older people, disabled adults and disabled children.

Volunteer Graham assists a passenger off of the bus

Who can volunteer?

Anyone can volunteer.  It doesn’t matter what your skills, experience or background is.  We work with volunteers from all walks of life – some who are in full or part time work, others who have recently retired and those who volunteer while looking for jobs. 

What can I do and how much time will I have to give?

Volunteering opportunities with us include working in the office answering phones and taking bookings or helping out with any administrative jobs that arise, helping out at events or baking some cakes when needed. Other volunteering opportunities take you out on the bus as a driver or passenger assistant giving you the opportunity to meet some of the people we serve. Always a two man team for your safety and the safety of our passenger. Choose to work as often (or as little ) as you like, from a couple of hours a day to a few days a week.

You might have specific skills you wish to share with us – volunteer Audrey makes the most delicious preserves that we sell at our events, our knitting community make some wonderful woolly creations and  John advises when I.T. troubles brew, along with other challenges!



Trustees who work with us dedicate two or three years to lend their skills and participate in our organisation.  People must be willing to help push forward new developments and get passionate about equality. They must be prepared to share their skills in business, marketing and introduce new friends.

If you have the time and want to join a proactive and enthusiastic group call us today.  We are passionate about developing an equal community and we want people who want to take part in building up our local community so that everyone is able to contribute in whatever way they can.

Volunteer Linda assisting a passenger

Why volunteer?

Depending on what volunteer role you would like to fill, there are opportunities to gain new skills through our training and support:

Passenger Assistant Training

Midas Driver Training

First Aid Training

A chance to try out something new

Participate in something useful and rewarding

Gain a sense of purpose and achievement

Put something back into the community

Develope your personal skills and confidence

Helpful for your CV

How can I volunteer?

After completing an application form and an interview, all volunteers are DBS checked and fully referenced before training begins.

If you are a prospective supporter or volunteer please contact our Chief Executive Jill Gaul on 01603776732