Partner organisations directly provide transport offers under the Wheels to Work scheme. They’ll explain the options to you and answer your questions.

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Bath & North East Somerset

Our partner organisations below will be able to help you with free bus voucher and loan bikes.

  • Curo
  • Julian House
  • Clean Slate
  • B&NES Skills and Employment
  • Learn Direct
  • B&NES Children in Care/Moving On team
  • B&NES Worklessness programme
  • B&NES Welfare Support
  • Job Centre Plus
  • The Big Issue
  • Future Bright
  • Off The Record

Alternatively, contact us for advice


Bristol

Our bus offers are accessible from the following organisations, and they can each refer you for the bike and travel support offers. Alternatively, you can apply for Wheels to Work support individually by completing our referral form.

  • ARA
  • Ashley Housing
  • Avonmouth Community Centre Employment Hub
  • Barton Hill Settlement
  • Bedminster Job Centre Plus
  • BGSW Probation CRC
  • Big Issue
  • Bishopsworth Job Centre Plus
  • Bristol City Council – Employment Skills and Learning Team
  • Bristol City Council – Future Bright
  • Bristol City Council – Through Care Team
  • Buzz Lockleaze
  • Carers Support Centre
  • Catch22
  • City of Bristol College SBSA
  • CMT Services
  • Creative Youth Network
  • Dimensions Training Solutions
  • Families in Focus
  • FM Business School
  • Horfield Job Centre Plus
  • HWV
  • Julian House
  • Key 4 Life
  • Kingswood Job Centre Plus
  • LiveWest
  • Mencap
  • North Bristol Children Centres
  • North Bristol Food Bank
  • PiB City of Bristol College
  • Professional Apprenticeships
  • Ready for Work 55+
  • Reform Training and Skills
  • Shirehampton Job Centre Plus
  • Southmead Development Trust
  • St Mungos
  • Temple Street Job Centre Plus
  • Tenant Support Service
  • The Nelson Trust
  • The Restore Trust
  • United Communities
  • WECIL
  • Weston College
  • Wiseability
  • Youth Education Service
  • 1625 Independent People

Our key partners who provide our bike offer are:

  • Bristol Bike Project
  • Fix X
  • Life Cycle UK

Alternatively, contact us for advice


North Somerset

Partner organisations directly provide transport offers under the Wheels to Work scheme. They’ll explain the options to you and answer your questions.

  • Alliance Homes (Business Enterprise Schemes) – Portishead
  • Broadway Lodge – Weston-super-Mare
  • CMT Services – Weston-super-Mare
  • Community Learning (North Somerset Council) – Weston-super-Mare
  • Job Centre Plus – Clevedon
  • Job Centre Plus – Weston-super-Mare
  • Team North Somerset – Weston-super-Mare
  • Weston College (Pre-Employment) – Weston-super-Mare
  • Weston College (Traineeship) – Weston-super-Mare
  • Weston College (Offender Learning) – Weston-super-Mare
  • Weston Foyer Sanctuary Supported Living – Weston-super-Mare
  • Westonworks – Weston-super-Mare
  • Youth Employment Service (North Somerset Council) – Clevedon

If you can’t find your partner organisation in the list, please contact us.

Alternatively, contact us for advice


South Gloucestershire

Our offers are accessible from the following organisations, and they can each refer you for the bike and travel support offers. Alternatively, you can apply for Wheels to Work support individually by completing our referral form.

  • 6-25 Independent Living
  • Breakthrough Mentoring
  • Carers Support Centre
  • Community Learning Development
  • Creative Youth Network
  • Developing Health and Independence
  • FACE (Foundation for Active Community Engagement)
  • Family and Young People Support (FYPS)
  • Future Bright
  • Job Centre Plus – Horfield
  • Job Centre Plus – Kingswood
  • Job Centre Plus – Yate
  • Julian House
  • Learn Direct
  • Prospects
  • Releasing New Potential
  • SGS College
  • SGS College – Suited, Booted, Recruited
  • Sixteen Co-operative Ltd.
  • Southern Brook Community Partnership
  • Transitions
  • WECIL (West of England Centre for Inclusive Living)

Alternatively, contact us for advice


Becoming a partner organisation

We partner with organisations who are already helping people to access work, training and skills opportunities.

We ask partners to:

  • Allocate and distribute free bus tickets
  • Refer people for the other Wheels to Work offers

The project is funded by the Department for Transport’s Access WEST fund and aims to improve access to work and skills, and encourage use of sustainable transport.

If you are interested in becoming a partner organisation, please contact us.