We are pleased to announce that we can now accept card payments for membership and trips in advance, either in the office or over the phone.


Keep Mobile's Chairman, Fred Rule, has been named as one of the 'Points of Light' by the Prime Minister, Theresa May. The daily Points of Light award recognises outstanding individual volunteers - people who are making a change in their community.Fred Rule

On hearing about the award Fred said:

“I was taken back a bit hearing I was receiving an award. I have never got involved for recognition, only to see that disabled people lead as much of an independent life as possible. We are achieving that, and to hear that it is happening is the icing on the cake. I’m sure the added publicity that this will receive can only go to boosting people’s interest in helping our organisation – be it volunteers or members.”

Read about Fred's award here.

BookingIf you are a registered member you can now make booking requests on line. Click here to make a booking request.

video coverWe are very pleased to announce the launch of our new video which gives an insight into what we do. The film was made for free, by local production company

Patten Ash Productions

They also did the production at no cost.  We are selling the film at £5 to cover the cost of the DVD and its case.

KEEP MOBILE is a voluntary organisation that provides transport for elderly and disabled people. Registered as a Charity in 1993, we are run by a Management Committee made up of wheelchair users, other disabled people, carers and those with many years experience in providing transport.  All of our committee are unpaid volunteers.
Our mission is to help those in the Wokingham Borough and Bracknell Forest Borough areas unable to use ordinary transport to reach their destination, wherever that may be, using a fleet of accessible mini-buses, all of which have modified seating arrangements to suit varying needs.

The cost of the film is £5.

All proceeds to Keep Mobile