Community Transport in the Scottish Borders
Need help with getting out and about? Our wheelchair accessible services cover most of the Scottish Borders. They are available to individuals and voluntary organisations.Find out more about our community transport services
The Bridge’s Gala Wheels, Teviot Wheels and Tweed Wheels will shortly be joined by Berwickshire Wheels (currently run by Berwickshire Association for Voluntary Service). Borders Wheels will cover the whole Scottish Borders region.Read More
Our Thrift Shops are social enterprises, supporting the community through re-use of clothing and household items at affordable cost. Each staffed by a manager and a dedicated team of volunteers, the funds raised provide an additional income to support our local services.
Come and visit – you will love the bargains and help us to help others too!See our Thrift Shop Locations »
The Bridge’s AGM on 2nd November approved special resolutions to change the name of the organisation to Borders Wheels and adopt a new constitution. The current directors were all re-elected and are pictured below, together with former director Alastair Hirst and Chief Officer Morag Walker Left to right: Marshall Wilson, Andrew Findlay, Mike Rumbles (Chair),…
We are seeking a Chief Executive to provide leadership in establishing the new organisation. This is an exciting opportunity for someone to make a real impact in improving the mobility of older, disabled and other people who have limited transport options in the Scottish Borders. You must have experience of managing staff and budgets. Experience…