Community transport for
south Norfolk and north Suffolk
Borderhoppa provides a range of vital community transport services which are available to people who have no access to other forms of transport. Users of the service include young people, the elderly, community groups, the rurally isolated and those with impaired mobility. Borderhoppa services allow users to carry out important tasks such as attend medical appointments, go shopping, pay bills, participate in social events and to visit friends and family.
Borderhoppa Community Transport is a registered not for profit charity and has been in operation since 2002. The group has offices in Rushall, Norfolk and has a team of paid staff and drivers.
The service currently covers 56 parishes in south Norfolk and north Suffolk and continues to grow.
Borderhoppa is funded by: South Norfolk Council, Suffolk County Council, Big Lottery Fund and Norfolk County Council.