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The Yellow Bus Scheme

The Yellow Bus Scheme was first launched in 2002, providing two buses, one for Magna Carta School in Egham and Fullbrook School in New Haw. This has now extended to Jubilee International High School in Addlestone and Salesian School in Chertsey, meaning the service now runs seven buses in total.

We have have now been running the scheme for over 15 years, making our yellow buses one of the longest running schemes of its nature set up by a borough council with local sponsorship. Local companies currently lending their sponsorship to the scheme include Thorpe Park, P&G and World Duty Free Group.

If you would like to sponsor a yellow bus, please contact us at contact@businessrunnymede.com. Your logo will appear on our guides, tickets, and of course the bus itself!

 Specsaver Surrey Youth Games

The Specsavers Surrey Youth Games (SSYGs) is aimed at children new to sports or those who have little opportunity to try a different sport. Children who sign up for the SSYGs get up to eight weeks of free coaching to provided in each of the 12 sports, which is the perfect platform for young people who are currently inactive or do not participate in sport to get invovled. At the end of the eight weeks, a set number of children will get selected to represent their brough in a competition held at the elite facilities at Surrey Sports Park in Guildford.

Runnymede Borough Council currently funds coaches to run free coaching sessions to children before they are selected for any team. The council also funds the venue hire fee and as well as equipment that needs replacing year or year. In these challenging times for local authority finances, support to help continue this scheme would be very welcome.

If you or your organisation would like to support this scheme, please contact contact@businessrunnymede.com.

Voluntary Support North Surrey

Voluntary Support North Surrey are an independent charity who work with voluntary and community organisations, statutory agencies and the business community. They promote voluntary work, support voluntary and community organisations,  and act as a voice for the voluntary sector and identify gaps in provision of services.

They offer many free services to local voluntary groups including finding suitable volunteers, funding advice, help with business planning, marketing, access to training and much more.

To find out more about their activities and how you could get involved, please visit their website here.