Drivers for Great Yarmouth's familiar fleet of door-to-door buses are getting a smart new look.
They all have new uniforms, thanks to a generous gift to Centre 81 from members of the North Sea Petroleum Golf Association.
"The new outfits will help people identify and recognise our drivers but there is an important safety element too," said Diana Staines, Centre 81 manager. "As well as smart new polo shirts and fleeces, the drivers are all now equipped with new hi-vis safety jackets embroidered with Centre 81's logo."
Eight mini-buses operate a community bus service around the borough for around 650 people with physical disabilities or who have difficulty using public transport.
Terry Smith, last year's captain of the North Sea Petroleum Golf Association, said they played matches through each summer, raising money for charity.
An amount was left over at the end of the season and members accepted his suggestion of a £750 to the charitable group Centre 81 where his son Joseph is a member. "They do some tremendous work there" he added.
Much of the money is raised from members through token 'fines' for such misdemeanors as poor play, bad language and 'upsetting the captain'.
The donation to Centre 81 was spent on the uniforms, a new camera and space blankets.
The door-to-door service, now in its thirtieth year, enables people with substantial and permanent disabilities to book travel from their homes to destinations in the immediate area, daytimes Monday-Friday. Each bus can seat 12 people or up to four wheelchairs.
Much of the use is for meeting up with friends and relatives, shopping trips, attending clubs and other outings. Members also use the buses to get to and from Centre 81 or for days out and trips further afield.