The retiring collection of £300 taken at the Seaford Choral Society concert on 28th November at St Leonards Church, Seaford, has been donated to Community Transport charity, CTLA.
Accepting the cheque from Society Chairman, Rosemary Collict, CTLA General Manager, Derek Barnett said “On behalf of CTLA I would like to thank the Society for the donation. All funds are put to very good use to ensure we can provide the best possible service to our clients many of whom are the most vulnerable and disadvantaged members of our community.”
Mrs Collict added: “The Choral society is extremely pleased to assist this worthwhile organisation and we would like to thank all those who gave so generously.”
CTLA has been serving the Lewes District since 1995 and is the only Community Transport charity of its kind operating in the Haven’s area, including Seaford and Bishopstone. Meeting the needs that public transport leaves unmet, the service realises it is often more about the journey than the destination.
CTLA currently undertakes 60,000 passenger journeys each year to help the community including offering accessible transport options to disadvantaged and vulnerable members of the community, who are often at risk of isolation and loneliness.
Pictured: left to right: Drivers Pamela Gell and Bob Evans; Chairman Rosemary Collict; GM Derek Barnett.