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Providing a reliable and friendly car service for less able residents

Meet the Community Transport Team



Jon Brown

Community Transport Scheme Manager

Jon joined CVS North Herts & Stevenage as Community Transport Manager in June 2015. He previously served for six and half years as a Volunteer Manager for a successful overseas mission charity. It's been a privilege for Jon to see the Community Transport service grow and evolve and for it to be such a vital, reliable and friendly service for local residents across North Herts & Stevenage.


Jon is also an actor and director and member of two local theatre companies, and a big fan of Coventry City FC.

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Melanie Warren

Community Transport Coordinator

Melanie joined the CVS Team in November 2022 as the Community Transport Coordinator for North Herts & Stevenage following a career sabbatical to be a full-time parent. Melanie has a long career history in social care and previously worked for Age UK Herts supporting older people. She is really looking forward to being able to contribute to a worthwhile cause and supporting the local community with their transport needs.


In her spare time, Melanie is a volunteer in a local community garden in Letchworth and loves a bit of upcycling and craft.

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Opal Reid

Volunteer Community Transport Coordinator

Opal joins #TeamHerts Volunteering as our Admin Volunteer, she comes to us with a wealth of experience from both Corporate and Public Sectors as a professional Administrator having worked in a variety of roles. We are confident that Opal is the perfect person to be the initial point of contact for #THV as she is friendly, knowledgeable and always smiling!


In her spare time, Opal gets involved with local community activities raising much needed funds for local charities.


Lynn Quick

Volunteer Community Transport Coordinator

Having been made redundant and having more free time I felt it was an opportune time to offer assistance to the voluntary sector. The Community Transport service appealed as it was in a field that I had previous experience having worked in a Finance Team supporting Adult Care Services. Helping to support the team during the extremely busy time at the start of each week just helps to alleviate some of the pressure they face. Volunteering is beneficial in two ways - for the volunteer it provides the opportunity to occupy some of their free time in a useful and rewarding way, being able to give something back to their local community and for the organisation it provides a way to boost their stretched resources.