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ECT in Cheshire wins new contract with Cheshire West and Cheshire Council

January 30, 2015

ECT in Cheshire wins new contract with Cheshire West and Cheshire Council image

ECT Charity is delighted to announce that the organisation has been awarded a new contract with Cheshire West and Cheshire Council to deliver community transport services.

The new contracts will begin in April 2015. The PlusBus service in the Chester and Ellesmere Port area will continue to provide the fantastic door-to-door accessible transport for people who find it difficult to use public transport.

Anna Whitty, CEO of ECT Charity, said: “ECT Charity is very proud of its community transport service. The work we do, in partnership with others, is important in ensuring isolated people are able to get out, for shopping or socialising – the kind of activities that many of us take for granted. We are delighted to have won the contract with Cheshire West and Cheshire Council and we look forward to working with all our partners.”


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