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The Seiriol Good Turn Scheme is based on the principle of volunteers doing “good turns” to help individuals, families, or groups with identified needs who live in the Seiriol Area. The Seiriol Area includes Beaumaris, Llandegfan, Llansadwrn, Llanddona, Llangoed, Llanfaes, and Penmon. 

The Scheme provides a number of services, including community transport:

  • taking clients to their GP surgery, hospital, and other healthcare appointments

  • taking clients to social activities


The community transport services are provided by volunteers. We have 3 types of vehicles:

  • 17 seater minibus

  • Wheelchair-accessible 7 seater all-electric Nissan e-NV200 people carrier 

  • Volunteer-owned private cars 


Transport can be provided 7 days a week as needed, dependent  on the availability of volunteers.

To obtain any service including community transport you need to register with the Scheme. Registration is free and doesn’t commit you to using the scheme any more than you want to. 


01248 305 014 

9am-5pm Mon-Fri 

The Seiriol Good Turn Scheme is run by the Seiriol Alliance. The Alliance is a wholly volunteer-run organisation serving the communities in the Seiriol Area, and is strictly not-for-profit. However, in order for the Seiriol Good Turn Scheme to run, we have to make a charge for community transport, to cover volunteer, vehicle and administrative expenses. 


Enquiries regarding the use and availability of the 17 seater minibus and 7 seater people carrier are also welcome from local community organisations. Both vehicles are based at Canolfan Hamdden Beaumaris and further information can be obtained by

Tel: 01248 811200 or email:


If you would like to join the team of volunteers there are a number of areas 

you can help with so please give us a call!

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