Sarah is 92. The only way she can visit her husband, a few miles away, in a home is by relying on a community taxi driven by volunteers.
She lives in Pately Bridge, North Yorkshire where there are no buses due to cuts to local government budgets.
Her story comes as a report by Campaign for Better Transport, reveals rural transport in a state of crisis.
The county council has said that subsidising passengers was not sustainable.
The BBC’s Tom Burridge reports.
There are no buses in this Yorkshire town but locals are finding their own way to get around.