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Beryl Kickstarter offer


Beryl and Jobcentre Plus are working together to support young people on the UK Government’s Kickstart scheme with a new affordable travel initiative.

Anyone on the Kickstart programme on the Isle of Wight will be entitled to travel on Beryl e-Scooters entirely free for the first month of their placement. Riders will be able to access discounted travel from Beryl for the remainder of their work placement.



With an NUS Apprentice Extra Card, apprentices can access cheaper products with Southern Vectis.

With an NUS Card, rates are as follows:

  • Rover (24 hours): £7.50

  • Rover + Breezer (24 hours): £9.00

  • Rover + Breezer (48 hours): £12.00

  • Freedom (7 consecutive days): £20.00

  • Freedom (30 consecutive days): £70.00

  • Freedom (90 consecutive days): £176.00

To buy an NUS Apprentice Extra Card, click here

Industry apprentice? Contact Bev McLaren to get your employer registered so that you can apply.


1-1 Travel Planning

We can provide 1-1 Travel Planning sessions as a way of helping you to understand that there may be alternative modes of transport that you could access to get to and from work. 

We can help you plan your route wherever you live, whether you're from a remote area or a busy town centre. 

We can also help you access discounts that may be available to you to help you facilitate the use of sustainable transport. 

These workshops can be organised remotely or in-house at a Jobcentre, College or Workplace.

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Additional Help

If you're stuck for transport to get to an interview, or you want to access a bike, or cheaper public transport, speak to your Work Coach. There are schemes available through the Jobcentre that may help you. 

If you're an apprentice struggling to get to work or struggling to afford public transport, speak to your employer or your training provider. Your employer may be able to provide you with a Travel Loan, you might be able to acquire a bicycle through the Cycle to Work Scheme, or your training provider might provide a bursary for your travel costs.

If you're struggling for help, contact us:

We may be able to signpost you in the right direction.


Cycle hub

If you're a going to be a commuter based in Cowes or if you're off to Southampton for work, Red Funnel has an area where you can store your bike safely and securely free of charge for the day at The Quay at West Cowes Terminal.

Please find more information on cycling below:


PedalAid is an app that allows you to raise money for local island charities as you ride.


Track your ride, see how many calories you've burnt, how much carbon and money you've saved, as well as doing your bit for charity!

Why not make a cycling team at work and see how many kilometres you can rack up! 


​Not only does your pedalling raise money for local charities, but it also gives you a chance to win various prizes every month, such as a free Rapanui t-shirt or access to a variety of discounts at local retailers.

​Find more information on PedalAid offers here.

Download the app from Google Play or the App Store today

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