Lifeline helps a 92-year-old see her husband
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The 92-year-old that depends on the community to see her husband

Sarah is 92. The only way she can visit her husband, a few miles away, in a home is by relying on a community taxi driven by volunteers.

She lives in Pateley Bridge, North Yorkshire - where bus services have been severely reduced because of funding cuts.

Her story comes as a report by Campaign for Better Transport, reveals ‏rural transport in a state of crisis.

The county council has said that subsidising passengers was not sustainable.

The BBC's Tom Burridge reports.

  • 06 Dec 2018
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