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HOPPA SCOOPS SUSTAINABILITY IMPACT AWARD

HOPPA SCOOPS SUSTAINABILITY IMPACT AWARD Waverley hoppa Community Transport has been honoured with a coveted sustainability impact award at CREST23, Surrey’s only green business awards.   The Sustainability Impact award for businesses with a turnover of over £1-million, was awarded to hoppa in recognition of how it consistently improves people’s lives through its day-to-day business […]

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FREE TRAVEL FOR PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN GODALMING AND SURROUNDING LOCAL VILLAGES

FREE TRAVEL FOR PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN GODALMING AND SURROUNDING LOCAL VILLAGES People who live in Godalming and the surrounding villages can take advantage of free weekday travel on Waverley hoppa Community Transport’s Shoppa service this autumn. Passengers are invited to ride for free between the hours of 9.30am and 2pm from 1 October to

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HOPPA RECEIVES £2,000 GRANT

hoppa receives £2,000 grant Chiddingfold Parish Council has renewed its support for Waverley hoppa Community Transport with a grant for £2,000. hoppa can be used by anybody who does not have access to any other means of transport. The hoppa Shoppa service is popular with Chiddingfold residents who want a lift to the supermarket so

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MAYOR JOINS IN HOPPA’S BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS AT LAUNCH OF FIRST ELECTRIC VEHICLE

Mayor joins in hoppa’s birthday celebrations at launch of first electric vehicle The Mayor and Mayoress of Waverley join staff and trustees to celebrate hoppa’s 20th anniversary. The Mayor of Waverley, Councillor John Ward, joined in hoppa’s 20th birthday celebrations (on 22 July) by unveiling the newest member of hoppa’s fleet, its first electric bus.

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HOPPA’S PROUD SPOT ON THE PODIUM

Hoppa’s proud spot on the podium as it comes second only to McLaren Applied in awards Community transport provider, Waverley hoppa, came a close second to technology giant McLaren Applied at the Crest 22 Sustainable Business Awards (on 19 May) but the registered charity is far fromdisappointed at not winning the top prize. Instead, hoppa’s

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