Happy Wanderers Ambulance Organisation

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......serving Harrogate & District                             Registered Charity No. 235857



If you need a HW vehicle then please use the Online Booking Request Form below.


Our minibuses can carry up to 13 people and are ideal for groups of older and disabled people with special transport needs.


We also try to support individuals who have special transport needs and are unable to use public transport or taxi services.


Please note that our drivers are volunteers and ideally we need at least 5 days to find a driver for your journey.


Our volunteer drivers cannot provide any personal care. If support is required then this must be arranged by you and detailed on the booking form.


Seating Capacities.

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Please note that seats will be reduced when carrying wheelchairs

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Please ring 07597 186143 if you have any queries.

Leave your name and full telephone number and one of our volunteer booking team will call you back shortly.

Please let us know when you would prefer us to call....

09:00 to 11:30 Morning

14:00 to 16:30 Afternoon

18:30 to 20:00 Evening

08:00 to 22:00 Day


Configurations and details.

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Online Booking Request Form

Please note that due to technical limitations, we can only provide a snapshot window of our real Calendar showing bookings made for the next 6 months. If you need to know the availability of our fleet beyond 6 months then please make direct contact with our Bookings Team.

Important note on Vulnerable People.


Any classified vulnerable individual or group that includes a vulnerable individual, must be accompanied by a responsible carer unless other arrangements are specifically agreed with Happy Wanderers prior to each trip. It is expected that all care homes have a risk assessed policy for the transporting of their residents and they should ensure Happy Wanderers can meet these requirements."