Age Friendly Bristol
An age-friendly city is a city that encourages active ageing by optimising opportunities for health, participation and security in order to enhance the quality of life as people age - World Health Organisation
For older people and people with a disability who find it difficult to use public transport. This door-to-door service is free for people with either an Older Person’s or Disabled Person’s bus pass, and enables people to go shopping, attended social and leisure activities, meet family and friends, or attend health appointments.
Bristol Community Transport is a social enterprise providing a range of transport services for the communities of Bristol. We aim to connect individuals and communities, promote social inclusion and tackle social isolation.
Bristol Walking Alliance
This Consortium of organisations and individuals campaign to improve Bristol's walking environment. The Alliance regularly comments on planning applications and transport scheme proposals as well as contributing to draft council strategies, polices, plans and design guidance. It is currently working on a pavement parking campaign, to prevent cars parking on the pavement.
Hartcliffe and Withywood Community Partnership
This is a community transport scheme that provides bus transport that is fully accessible and caters for people in wheelchairs or with mobility needs. Areas around South Bristol are covered.
Over 55s Group Cycle Rides
The Over 55s project is one of Life Cycle’s inclusive cycle ride groups and has been around for eight years. Over that time, there has been hundreds of rides and introduced many people to the numerous cycle routes in, around and beyond Bristol – all our rides use the cycle path network and quiet roads.