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
On 1st April 2024 Gala Wheels, Teviot Wheels and Tweed Wheels will be joined by Berwickshire Wheels (currently run by Berwickshire Association for Voluntary Service). Borders Wheels will then 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 »
Jacqueline Chapman at Teviot Wheels is delighted to have received a donation of £1500.00 from Donald Graham, Commercial Manager, Oregon Division of Barratt Developments plc Charitable Foundation. Teviot Wheels is a community transport service for residents of the Roxburgh area of the Scottish Borders. Our vehicles are based in Jedburgh, Hawick and Kelso and we…
The Bridge has been writing to members informing them of the proposed next stages both for The Bridge and the new Borders Third Sector Interface (Borders TSI). The priorities for The Bridge board are the interests of staff, volunteers and members – and uninterrupted and sustainable services. Also attached is a letter for stakeholders which…