The Scheme ....
... provides voluntary services, such as transport to surgeries and hospitals, simple DIY, visiting and a weekly Lunch Club, for people in the village who have needs caused by age, ill-health, disability or inadequate resources.
We are a relatively small, local organisation and there is a limit to our resources. We are only able to offer those services which involve the client being outside their home in circumstances where we are confident that we can provide an environment which meets the health and safety needs of the individual client. This website contains links to other organisations which may be able to provide services which we are unable to provide.
Can you help?
Currently we wish to recruit additional drivers. As the majority of our drives are for appointments at surgeries, hospitals and other health-related sites, most take place during ‘normal working hours’ Monday to Friday. However there are occasional drives outside these hours.
Volunteer drivers are offered out-of pocket expenses based on the mileage driven and only drive when it is convenient for them. There is no obligation to drive, even if you haven’t driven for some time. Interested? Call the helpline (9am - 5pm) or send us a message now.
Kings Langley Good Neighbours Association was founded in 1965 to provide voluntary assistance to residents in the parish of Kings Langley, who have needs resulting from age, ill-health, disability or inadequate resources.