Support and Transport for the Community

             **WE HAVE MOVED! NEW ADDRESS: 82 LEA ROAD, SONNING COMMON RG4 9LJ**       

FISH continues on its journey back to a normal service, with the return in October of the much-missed pub lunch.  Passenger safety is still of paramount importance, with numbers still limited to allow social distancing and face coverings required for travelling.  However, the regular leisure trips to the FISH Tea Party, Garden Centres and Mystery Tea Tours which recommenced in August are proving very popular.  Passenger numbers for the shopping trips are gradually increasing as well.  Please click on the bus timetable below for details of the upcoming timetable.

  In addition, FISH continues to help anyone in need by:

1. Providing transport for appointments (taking safety precautions advised by Public Health England)
2. Shopping for anyone unable to get out
3. Taking paper prescriptions to the health centre and collecting/delivering medication from the health centre or chemist.
4. Providing regular phone calls for anyone in need of a friendly chat
5. Lending out talking books, music CDs and jigsaw puzzles- please phone the office for more information, we can deliver to your home if required.
6. Carrying out small repairs in people's houses
7. Collaborating with Oxfordshire foot care
8. Continuing our home visiting service in a covid 19-safe way 

Our volunteers are a diverse and resourceful bunch so you may find we can assist in other ways.  If in doubt phone FISH and we will either help you directly or put you in touch with someone else who can help. 


Minibus Trips 

Please click on the link below for the latest timetable and details of how we are continuing to keep everyone Covid-safe. 

September Bus Timetable

October Bus Timetable



 Click on the picture of the bus for some more information and pictures!

OUR NEW HOME

The FISH Volunteer Centre has moved to its newly refurbished premises at the old police station in Lea Road! 

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