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Eco-friendly addition to Caithness Rural Transport service

4th December 2019

Photograph of Eco-friendly addition to Caithness Rural Transport service

Caithness Rural Transport has a new eco-friendly addition to its fleet which is now up to 10 vehicles offering a transport service in Caithness. The new electric minibus is cleaner and greener.

Not only do these vehicles create zero emissions, they are faster and quieter and can create great savings in fuel and maintenance. For more information about rural transport contact coreen@cvg.org.uk

If there is anyone who would be interested in volunteering for a few hours a week please contact Coreen.

From the Caithness Voluntary Group December Newsletter.

nyone who would like to contribute information about their community group or events planned, or would like to find out more about anything in this newsletter, can contact CVG on 01955 609960, email Yvonne@cvg.org.uk or pop in to the Caithness Voluntary Group office at Telford House, Williamson Street, Wick.

 

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