Keep Mobile is a voluntary organisation providing transport for elderly and/or disabled people. Keep Mobile has been in operation since the beginning of 1992 and registered as a charity through the Industrial & Provident Society in February 1993. We are run by a Management Committee made up of wheelchair users, other disabled people, carers and those with many years experience in providing accessible transport. All of our committee are unpaid volunteers.

Our mission is to help those in the Wokingham Borough and Bracknell Forest Borough areas unable to use mainstream transport (due to their disability and/or age) to reach their destination, wherever that may be, and have as much of an independent life as is possible with regard to transport.

We operate a fleet of accessible mini-buses all of which have adaptable seating arrangements to suit varying needs (i.e. numbers of wheelchair passengers) and equipped with passenger lifts.

All Keep Mobile drivers and passenger assistants are trained to the nationally recognised MiDAS/PATS standard, (Community Transport Association's Minibus Drivers Awareness Scheme) as recognised by the Department of Transport and RoSPA. We have also achieved the status of having our own MiDAS DATs (Driver Assessor/Trainers) on this scheme. This allows us to ensure that we are training our drivers to the highest National Standard.