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Glenfarg Community Bus

Glenfarg Community Bus - Volunteer Drivers

Glenfarg Community bus - Trip to the theatre

Glenfard Community bus trip to V&A Dundee

Glenfarg Community Bus

Glenfarg Community Bus…

The original purpose of Glenfarg Community Transport Group was to raise funds to acquire a Community Bus that the village could use to promote social and recreational activities. Following successful fundraising the Group now owns two minibuses – a 16-seat Ford Transit GF55BUS and a 9-seat Mercedes Vito FG55BUS. These two buses sport an eye-catching livery which reflects Glenfarg’s location in the rolling Ochil Hills.

A team of around 15 enthusiastic volunteer drivers take villagers to a wide range of destinations for various purposes.

Shopping at IKEA and Livingston; theatre outings to Perth and Pitlochry; cultural outings to exhibitions at the V&A in Dundee; sporting outings such as golf groups and curling; supporting events such as Milnathort Folk Festival and Rockore; Climate Change outings for Greener Glenfarg such as the rewilding project in Alyth and the monthly Climate Cafes in Kinross.

Cummunity Bus FAQ’s

A. We would like to encourage local Glenfarg groups or individuals to use the Community Bus. It is available to groups between 6 and 16 if we have a Volunteer Driver available.

A. We work on a basis of voluntary donations but generally we suggest a donation of £5-£10 per head depending on distance.

If your group has a nominated volunteer driver, rates may be reduced

A Generally anywhere up to around 90 minutes driving time – so most of central Scotland.

A If there are any empty seats, we allow other individuals to fill the bus.

A Leave the bus clean eg if you have been hiking and have muddy boots leave them at the door and clean up any mess. Take home any litter.
We encourage groups who use the Community Bus to post a photograph on our Facebook Glenfarg Community Transport Group Updates page, to encourage others to use the bus for similar journeys.
Leave us a Facebook Review, if possible

A The more volunteers that we have, the more trips we can arrange. Let us know that you are interested by dropping an email to We arrange MiDAS training so that you can drive our minibuses, and a PVG disclosure.

A You need to have a Cat D1 driving licence (you need to have sat your driving test before 1997 or sat the D1 test). If you are over 70 you may have lost your D1 if you did not request to keep it and undergo a medical. You also need to be over 30 for our insurance.

GCTG is a SCIO (Scottish Charity) and we need trustees. Trustees are the volunteers who lead charities and decide how they are run. You may have heard them called board members or the board. Trusteeship is a great way of contributing to GCTG - and you can develop your own strategic and leadership skills at the same time. You must be a user of GCTG services. Contact us at

In 2023/24 Glenfarg Community Transport Group has partnered with PAS to develop an Accessible and Sustainable Transport Plan.

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