Happy Wanderers Ambulance Organisation
......serving Harrogate & District Registered Charity No. 235857
We can only show you a few of the many thankyou letters sent to us recently.
Best wishes for 2020 to you and everyone at the Happy Wanderers - we love working with you
60th Anniversary Celebrations
The new Mayor Councillor Bernard Bateman and Mayoress Linda Bateman attended our recent 60th Anniversary Celebration at the Wesley Centre. The evening included a performance by St Aelred's Irish Dancers and a Wesley Church singing trio.
The cakes opposite were very well received and consumed very quickly!
We won the Asda green token award earlier in the year and recently received a cheque for £500.
We are grateful to all the Asda customers who voted for the Happy Wanderers.
Andrew Jones MP paid a visit to the Harrogate based charity Happy Wanderers to offer congratulations on their 60th Anniversary of providing transport for older and disabled people in the Harrogate area.
Meeting at the garage housing the two bright red Happy Wanderers mini buses Andrew learnt a little of the history of one of the oldest Harrogate based charities and how last year over 300 trips, covering 15,000 miles and carrying nearly 2,000 passengers were undertaken by volunteer drivers.
And to finish his visit Andrew joined George Hosie, one of the longest serving Happy Wanderers drivers together with other volunteers, for a drive to Wesley Chapel for a cup of tea.
Ready to go with Andrew is George Hosie and other HW volunteers, Mike Greenberg and Janet Allen who came along for the ride
Harrogate & District Volunteering Oscars 2018
In its 11th Year these Awards celebrate the wonderful work being undertaken by volunteers throughout the District.
Happy Wanderers were thrilled to receive recognition of 60 years of service providing transport to many older people with special needs and living with disabilities.
The award is a tribute to the hundreds of past and present Happy Wanderers volunteers including drivers, fundraising volunteers and trustees who literally keep Happy Wanderers "on the road".
Supporting Older People