New Electric Transport Project



Community FundLlandysul a Phont-Tyweli Ymlaen have been successful in securing £446k from the National Lottery’s Community Fund to develop an ultra-low emission, low carbon, fully accessible transport solution. The vehicles are fully accessible 7-seater electrically powered Nissan Multi-Purpose Vehicle (MPV) that includes space for a wheelchair. The vehicles will be placed within a flexible eight-mile radius of Llandysul to address the lack of provision of transport for all individuals and groups to access key local and regional services around the area of Llandysul and its hinterland. A small network of rural EV charging points will be strategically placed at the locations the vehicles are located at. The project will also address the difficulties that organisations face in getting individuals to participate in leisure activities, events, and appointments. We will also work with in partnership organisations to complement their activities or programmes.

We will be working with new and established partners encouraging a grass root approach and a solution in developing services which will help our communities feel less isolated, better-connected with improved access to opportunities and individual’s wellbeing.

These vehicles can be used by individuals as a car club, Volunteer driven, supported journeys for individuals or for transporting small groups of people to health, leisure, and a wide range of other activities. Training will be provided for all drivers to the nationally recognised MiDAS standard.

If you want to become involved, have suggestions or just find out more, please contact the office on 01559362403 / 07771814401 or send us an email to