News and Events

This is where you will find what's been going on at GoFar. Some of the events we've held or been to....Some of the events we are planning....Stuff you need to know about our trips or contract work or stuff going on in the office or just a few daft things to lighten the mood....I suppose really we could have called it the GoFar Gossip a good gossip!  Anyway, read on...who knows what you'll discover


We would like to say a massive "Welcome to the Crew" to Mark Birtles and Paul Kerrigan who have offered their services as volunteer drivers.  You can see them and the rest of the crew on The GoFar Team page


 Hospital Service 

 Hull Royal Infirmary & Castle Hill

Our  service to Hull Royal Infirmary and Castle Hill hospital is running well and is getting quite popular. This is a service for appointments only, we are unable to offer visiting. At the moment it is still running from Monday to Thursday for appointments between 09.00 - 15.00 (the service ends at 16.00) but will eventually run five days a week. 

Please be aware, unfortunately, we are unable to offer attendants on this service, if you require assistance at the hospital, it would be best to have someone go with you, contact the hospital to arrange for help or use the Passenger Transport Service

Details are opposite...

 Lottery Funding Success

£203,975 of Lottery money will enable community transport groups in the East Riding get more people to their hospital appointments in a new project that is to be called Home to Hospital (H2H).

The Holderness Area Rural Transport (H.A.R.T.) and Goole GoFar working under the umbrella community transport company East Yorkshire Community Transport (EYCT) Have been successful in their bid to the lottery for funding which will help them deliver transport services to residents in the Bridlington, Goole & Howden area who need to attend hospital appointments at the Hull and Scarborough hospitals.

In 2008 the two well established transport groups came together & formed EYCT to enable them to work together in partnership, sharing resources and information to help secure the community transport offer. The groups have worked through the last 12 months making sure their passengers were able to attend local hospitals and access centres to receive their vaccinations and news that they are to receive this money will secure the work they do for another 3 years.

Cllr Jane Evison who is the chair of EYCT said, “We are so very pleased to have been awarded this amazing grant which allows us to continue helping those people who live in our towns & villages to get to hospital appointments. The HART service was particularly well received in Bridlington when the existing transport to the Scarborough & Hull hospitals was withdrawn over a year ago, this money will now allow us to help far more people. I am also aware that the service is under great demand in the Goole & Howdenshire area, at a time when people need our services & support more than ever, we are delighted to be able to offer our help.”

“We work closely with ERYC to ensure our services compliment those already on offer and our thanks to the council for the tremendous support we receive. The award of this grant from the Lottery provides the financial security we need to reach our more vulnerable residents & also work to attract more volunteers into our groups to help deliver them”

Details of when the service will start will be posted on here and our Social Media pages

 Operational Update 08.12.21

Our Medibus services to Goole and Scunthorpe and Castle Hill and Hull Royal Infirmary are operating (Monday - Thursday time restrictions apply) Please see our Services page for information on booking the Medibus

Our priority is and always will be passenger and driver safety. If you feel you need to shield please do so

At Goole GoFar we are following Government guidelines about masks/face coverings on public transport

Things may change at short notice and we will endevour to keep you informed

Stay Safe 


Funding - The National LotteryCommunity Fund & HM Government

Funding from the Coronavirus Community Support Fund, distributed by The National Lottery Community Fund, will support GoFar over the next six months, enabling us to offer services to our vulnerable and isolated members and bring some form of normality back during this current crisis.  Thanks to the Government for making this possible.

#CommunitiesCan  @TNLComFund  @DCMS 

 Grant Funding

Our thanks go to the Joseph and Annie Cattle Trust for their grant, allowing us to buy PPE for our team here at GoFar. It means a lot to us knowing that people are supporting us through this pandemic. The grant will allow us to continue offering our services to those most in need in our community. Thank you

You can follow the link to the Joseph and Annie cattle trust here (please note links may not be secure)

Two Ridings

We need to say a big THANK YOU to the Two Ridings Community Foundation for the help during the current Covid situation. In these uncertain times, it really does make a big difference knowing someone is there to back you up. Thank you so much

Edward Gostling Foundation

We would like to thank The Edward Gostling Foundation for their kind help during the Covid pandemic. It means so much to everyone involved with                                                                                                            Gofar that they could help us out...Thank You


Brelms Trust

Thank you to the brelms trust for all your support, it really does mean a lot to everyone here at GoFar...Thank you