Welcome to Keep Mobile - providing transport for the elderly and disabled in Wokingham and Bracknell Forest since 1992.

Coronavirus Emergency Plan

As you are aware the spread of the Coronavirus is on the rise. As of 9am on 6th March 2020, 115 were confirmed as positive and one death in Reading. As an organisation that transports the people that are most at risk we felt we needed to act. After a trustee meeting held on Thursday 5th March it was agreed to start stage one of our emergency plan this will be in place from Monday 9th March.

 

As you are aware the spread of the Coronavirus is on the rise. As of 9am on 6th March [ ... ]

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Bracknell Forest Lottery

We now have a Bracknell Forest Lottery page! 50% of all tickets sold from our page [ ... ]

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We are pleased to announce that we can now accept card payments for membership and [ ... ]

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New Excursion Programme

Our new Excursion Programme from January to April 2020 is now available. The trips [ ... ]

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On Line Booking Now Available

If you are a registered member you can now make booking requests on line. Click here [ ... ]

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Points of Light Award for Fred Rule

Keep Mobile's Chairman, Fred Rule, has been named as one of the 'Points of Light' [ ... ]

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Keep Mobile’s New Video

We are very pleased to announce the launch of our new video which gives an insight [ ... ]

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Newsletter Summer 2018

The Summer 2018 Newsletter from Keep Mobile is out now. Inside you will find all [ ... ]

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Keep Mobile is a voluntary organisation which was established in 1992 and is registered with the Charity Commission Number 1174433. Our mission is to help those in the Wokingham and Bracknell Forest Borough Council areas unable to use mainstream transport to reach their destination due to disability and/or age, wherever that may be, and to have as much of an independent life as possible with regard to transport.

Through a combination of fund-raising and grants we operate a fleet of vehicles capable of transporting those in wheelchairs or who have difficulty in negotiating steps found on other forms of public transport.

Our drivers are trained to national standards for this work and we have our own MiDAS Driver Assessor/Trainers through the Community Transport Association’s Minibus Driver’s Awareness Scheme. Together with our high standards of vehicle maintenance we are able to offer a safe and reliable form of transport for our members.

All our services are door to door - passengers do not have to make their way to a central pick up point or wait outside in inclement weather.

Nearly 4000 people have now used our service. Each year we undertake over 14,000 passenger trips covering some 115,000 km.