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Community Sustainable Transport Services

  • Location: Age UK Cornwall & The Isles of Scilly
  • Price: Costs may vary
Call 01872 223388 for more info

This is a chargeable service, prices are accurate at the time of publication, April 2023. Membership from £18 Half-day hire £25 Full-day hire £40 *For shorter journeys, please contact Lee Davies or Ann Lewis using the contact number provided.

Please note, this service is not available outside Age UK Cornwall & The Isles of Scilly - Head Office's catchment area.

Age UK Cornwall & The Isles of Scilly
Boscawen House
Chapel Hill
United Kingdom

Our Service
We have 7 Electric Vehicles and designated charge points in Penzance, Camborne, Truro, Falmouth, Newquay, Lanivet & St Austell. These are perfect for community trips, social outings and group bookings.

Find out more below.

What are the benefits?

There are many great benefits to using our Electric Vehicles, these are just a few:
They help build community resilience.
They are environmentally friendly.
They are easy to use and fully accessible.
They are cost-effective.
They reach some of the most isolated people.
They are peaceful and serene.

Call today to book for your community, charity or club


Our Electric Vehicles and designated charge points are based in the following locations:

- St Claire Medical Practice, Penzance
- Age UK Cornwall, Truro
- Veor Surgery, Camborne
- Age UK Falmouth Community Hub, Falmouth
- Age UK Cornwall Govenek Community Hub, Newquay
- One for All Lanivet Parish Community Centre, Bodmin
- Age UK Cornwall St Austell Community Hub, St Austell

A new type of transport for Cornwall

"We are excited to start the Sustainable Transport in Cornwall Project, our aim is to connect local communities, increase independence and reduce social isolation using environmentally-friendly transport solutions" Lee Davies, Age UK Cornwall

They are now ready to be used by local groups & individuals as part of our Age UK Cornwall membership scheme. The 'Sustainable Transport in Cornwall' project was part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).