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Support BATS!

Bexley Accessible Transport Scheme (BATS) provides a much loved and valued service for the community assisting in reducing loneliness and isolation by way of accessible transport.

Tackling Loneliness and isolation Through community Transport.

Loneliness can lead to depression, anxiety and mental decline, lonely and isolated people need more help from health and social care services as well as family members.

Let’s combat this together .

  • A donation of £8.00 will ensure a Bexley resident receives two shopping trips on “ Hop ‘n’ shop“.
  • A donation of £15.00 will pay for one – one-way trip in an accessible vehicle to needed services such as doctors or hospital .
  • A donation of £5,000 will ensure an accessible vehicle is road worthy for an entire year!
  • A donation of £38,000 would purchase a brand new 17-seater boxer vehicle which would service the community for 10 years, these vehicles can be sign written with your company or name on them.

Please support us in any way you can.

We need your help so we can continue to offer and even expand our service! Thank you for your support.


Bexley Community Lottery!

Support Bexley Accessible Transport Scheme (BATS) through the Bexley Community Lottery!

To support us, please follow this link: https://www.bexleycommunitylottery.co.uk/support/bexley-accessible-transport-scheme.


Rotary Club Sidcup

Rotary International Supporters of Bexley Accessible Transport Scheme (BATS)

Huge thanks to the Rotary Club Sidcup for their support to the community in donating a 17 seater accessible minibus.


Anthony Martin

Anthony Martin donate 17 seater accessible mini bus to Bexley Accessible Transport Scheme (BATS)
Anthony Martin Support Bexley Accessible Transport Scheme (BATS)

Big thank you to Anthony Martin for supporting BATs with a 17 seater Accessible Mini bus.


Welling Round table

Welling Round Table Support Bexley Accessible Transport Scheme (BATS)

Massive thank you to the Welling Round table guys, who came to our rescue after an arson attack on one of our vehicles. We now have a fantastic Coach built 17 seater accessible mini bus.


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