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As the surge in demand for food banks increases during the COVID-19 lockdown, the London Taxi Drivers Charity for Children has stepped in to help a food bank in North London With families being made, or facing redundancy or furlough during the pandemic the demand for help from food banks is increasing dramatically  and the…

 This May the Taxi Charity for Military Veterans would have been taking WWII veterans to 75th anniversary Dutch Liberation and VE Day celebrations. Sadly, these events had to be cancelled due to the COVID-19 restrictions and many of the veterans will be spending the 8th May alone The Taxi Charity wanted to remind WWII heroes…

London Cabbies Stuart Lockhart 47 and Lynsey Lockhart 45 married in July 2019 in Scotland.  Stuart has been a cabby for 16 years and Lynsey for 8 years and they met in their roles as cab drivers. Recently they climbed in the Atlas Mountains as part of a holiday to Morocco and they were hooked…

This year London’s shortest cabbie Claire Zazzara plans to lose four stones, get fit and climb Mount Kilimanjaro, while raising money for the London Taxi Driver’s Charity for Children Claire Zazzara, 46, has been a London Cabbie for eight years. At only 4ft and 10 inches she is proud to be London’s shortest cabbie. Over…

  A group of five London cabbies known as Cabbies Do Kilimanjaro are delighted to announce the support they will be receiving from Be Military Fit (BMF) on their year long mission to shed 25 stones and then climb Kilimanjaro while raising £20,000 for The Taxi Charity for Military Veterans Be Military Fit has generously…

This year, thanks to a generous donation from The Taxi Charity, Russell Square Shelter Keeper Katie Simmonds will be serving free Christmas lunches to homeless or lonely veterans.     On 18 December the Russell Square Cab Shelter will be serving a roast Christmas dinner with all the trimmings between 10.00am and 10pm to the…

Five London cabbies opened a one day Cab Wash on 9 November 2018 to raise money for a charity that is very close to their hearts Five London Cab drivers known collectively as “Cabbies Do Kilimanjaro” have pledged to shed an amazing 25 stones, climb Kilimanjaro and raise an incredible £20,000 for the Taxi Charity…