VASA is a Charity in south Warwickshire connecting people through community activities, including carer support, memory clubs, community allotment and volunteer transport in Rugby and south Warwickshire. Plus our Mobile Warm Hub minibus covering all of Warwickshire.
Memory Clubs, other groups & activities started again at the end of July. We will post updates both on our website and social media. Please click the follow button on our Facebook page: @vasacharity to receive these updates, also for information about our Mobile Warm Hub service and feel-good stories.
To request transport please call us on 01789 262889 and press option 1, out of hours or during busier periods, please leave your name and contact number. Alternatively, email email@example.com or use our online form by clicking on the book a journey link below.
Community Transport covers Rugby Borough and the Stratford and Warwick districts.
“Thank you very much VASA you made me feel safe and secure” - Community Transport user
Wheelchair Loan Service
Pushy Friends wheelchair loan service is up and running again. Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 01789 262889 for details.
Mobile Warm Hub
Our Mobile Warm Hub service visits different villages in Warwickshire throughout the week in association with WRCC. Please click the follow button on our Facebook page: @vasacharity to see information and updates about this service.
We look forward to see you at one of our pop-up café stops.
CHOOSE A SERVICE
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Groups & Activities
Following the relaxation of the Government Covid 19 restrictions from today 19 July 2021, VASA have reviewed our current working practices and taken guidance. https://www.warwickshire.gov.uk/news/article/2285/open-letter-from-health-partners-about-covid-guidance-from-july-19-
Covid 19 has not gone away and with rising cases in the area, we have made the decision to continue with our current protocols in order to protect the health and wellbeing of those who use our services, our volunteers and our staff, many of whom come under the Clinically Extremely Vulnerable group.
Therefore, we will continue with the following:
- Face coverings must be worn by our volunteers and passengers within the community transport service.
- Good ventilation, this includes windows open in vehicles and offices
- Frequent hand washing or the use of hand sanitiser
- Strict cleaning procedures
- Social distancing of 1 metre plus
- Staff will be returning to the office gradually and we continue to monitor numbers in the building
- Visitors to the office must be by appointment only
We will review this regularly and continue to take advice.
WHY I VOLUNTEER
“Volunteer driving is a lifeline for me. My wife died last summer, and for a time I was lonely and bereft. I was welcomed with open arms by VASA and I now drive 3 times a week. This is a vital service for the community that has made a huge difference to my life as well!”