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About Us


Boston Community Transport was registered as a not for profit Charity on 20th June 2005 and operates from the Len Medlock Voluntary Centre in Boston.


We continuously promote our service with specific partners such as AGE UK, Royal Voluntary Service, Dementia Action Alliance, Boston Borough Council, Lincolnshire County Council, and Crossroads Lunch Club  as well as doctors’ surgeries, dentists and hospitals.


As a Charity we take training very seriously. All our volunteers and staff have been trained correctly, to achieve their best and give the customers the best experience possible and to improve our service. 

Angela Gould - Office Manager

Nathan Dunnington - Senior Administrator

Our Team

John Blackwell - Trustee and Driver



To operate we rely on funding from many sources:

Volunteer Drivers

Born in Kent and relocated to Lincolnshire in 2003.


She has been Office Manager since July 2017 and oversees the running of the Charity and applies for all grants and funding to keep the charity operational with the support from the Trustees/Directors. 


She has a predominantly administration background, having qualified with a secretarial diploma in 1999. 


Angela is a keen walker and animal lover, she also cycles when she gets the time and does crochet, embroidery, sewing and reading in her spare time.

  • John Blackwell             
  • Kay Petchell
  • Brian Martin
  • David Bennett
  • David Cubberley
  • Mick Stapleton

Nathan has lived in Lincolnshire his entire life and has been with the charity since May 2018. He supports the day-to-day running of the Charity’s office, managing customer memberships and trip bookings.


He graduated from Boston College with an Extended Diploma in Computing in June 2017 and with Level 2 Business Administration in June 2019.


He is a keen player of Bowls, playing for Lincolnshire Under 25’s. Twice winning the Reg Wright Trophy at the National Championships, and winning both County Under 25 singles in 2023.

John was born in Kirton, near Boston and attended school locally. 


After leaving school John joined the family business as a painter and decorator/joiner.  He is married with 2 daughters.


John has a passion for football and played for a local side.  In 1978 he became the full time Club Secretary/General Manager for Boston United FC.  He was at the Club for 38 years and took on many roles, including President.  He was honoured with a Testimonial Match. In 2017 John joined Swansea City FC as a Football Scout.


He has been volunteering with Boston Community Transport as a driver since 2018.

The most crucial people in the organisation are the volunteers without them we would not be able to operate our essential service.  We have both gentleman and lady drivers.


All drivers are DBS checked.

  • Fundraising Events
  • Monies raised from events by organisations, societies, groups and association
  • Customer membership fees and journey costs
  • Donations
  • Grants

  • Individual Fundraising

  • Business Sponsorship

We are very grateful to these companies and organisations who are amoungst our many benefactors:

  • National Lottery Awards for All
  • Len Medlock Charity
  • Waynflete Trust
  • Garfield Weston

George is originally from Yorkshire and moved to South England in 1978. 


He then started working for a local authority in Hertfordshire.  He bought a pub in Lincolnshire which he ran for 3 years.  Then got a job at Boston Borough Council, where he worked for 20 years and worked his way up to ‘Head of Operations’.  He has been retired for 4 years.


He has been a Volunteer Driver for Boston Community Transport since 2020.

George Bernard - Chair of Trustees 

Mick was born in Boston and apart from a short spell out of the county, He has lived in Lincolnshire all his life. After leaving school he joined J Morley Sports and was able to work and enjoy his model boat hobby.


He always had an interest in radio, TV, and electronics and later joined Radio Rentals before moving to Boston Borough Council in the rents department. In 2016 he joined the Coaching Inn Group and oversee compliance and maintenance reporting for the group.


He enjoys walking and cycling and like Lyn, loves traveling to Florida and all things Disney.

Mick Green - Trustee

Lyn Harrison - Trustee

Lyn Harrison - Trustee

David Lemon - Trustee

Jason Lunn - Trustee

Lyn was born in Boston and has lived in Lincolnshire her whole life. After leaving school she joined a local company and started her career in various accounting roles and gained my AAT qualification. In 1999 she joined the Bulldog Pub Company (now Coaching Inn Group) as the Accounts Manager.


She enjoys walking and loves travelling to Florida and all things Disney.

David was born in Belfast and joined the Army in 1972, he moved to Lincolnshire in 2010.


After a varied career in the military, including many tours around the world, David retired from the Army in 1996.


He then started life as a Project Manager, his role was at RAF Coninsgby supporting contracts between the RAF and BAE Systems.


David is a keen walker and has recently been elected as a parish counciller.


Jason was born in Boston and grew up in Donington. He is married with 2 grown-up children and a much small one.


Although his work takes him away quite a lot he's lived in the region most of his life (apart from a few years in South Africa and London) and wants to see the region better supported with transport solutions.


Jason has worked in the events industry for over 30 years and worked on Peterborough Truckfest and other similar events. He has also worked in transport and management for major events including the Olympic games, G7 and COP26.


As well as supporting Boston Community Transport, Jason is a director for a conceert organise, running outdoor concerts and also for Lincoln Students Union, which runs venues including the Engine Shed in Lincoln.




  • George Bernard
  • Graham Hankin
  • Tessa Adeyemi
  • Roger Cox
  • Brian Neal