A £350,000 bus that enables sick, disabled and disadvantaged people the chance to go on holiday will be showcased next month.

The new vehicle, which belongs to the Jumbulance Trust, is a cross between a coach and an ambulance and has fully reclining seats as well as beds and facilities for medical care on board. It will be shown off outside Wokingham Town Hall on Wednesday, March 11, from 1-3pm.

The Jumbulance Trust is a national charity which 'Makes Travel Possible' for sick, disabled and other disadvantaged people to enable them to have holidays and pilgrimages that they could never have considered without significant physical and medical assistance.

Jumbulance trustee David Lumsden said: "Putting the vehicle on show enables the donors to see the results of their wonderful generosity, and shows those who have travelled in our vehicles in the past that our trust is strong and determined to continue with our unique service with increased confidence and reliability.

"Hopefully, this will result in us being able to replace our other 21 year old Jumbulance."