By Kevin Unitt Monday 10 December 2012 Updated: 13/12 08:26
NEW volunteer drivers are required to help transport pensioners across the district for medical appointments.
Warwick District Health Transport Scheme (HTS) – which is celebrating its 25th anniversary and currently carries out about 3,000 journeys a year - wants people with their own cars to transport local over 65s.
One volunteer with ten years of service, Keith Attryde, said: "It is a great way to meet new interesting people and at the same time help and contribute to the local community in a practical and rewarding way.
"The time you give to the charity is totally flexible and can be as little or as much as you like."
For more information visit www.ruralwarwickshire.org.uk or call Gareth Jones on 01789 472613.
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