Give the gift of fun, sustainability and convenience this Christmas
Residents in Beryl scheme areas are being encouraged to add a sustainable twist to their Christmas traditions this year, by incorporating shared transport into their festivities and giving gifts that go far.
Whether it's heading to a family gathering, visiting your local Christmas markets or seeing that friend you never get to catch-up with, Beryl is a fun, flexible and environmentally friendly way to fulfil your traditions.
Beryl gift vouchers are also the perfect way to give the gift of a bike, e-bike or e-scooter to friends and family without breaking the bank, worrying about tax and insurance, paying high fuel costs or finding safe and secure storage.
An eco-friendly and time-saving gift option, the vouchers don’t require picking up or wrapping and are sent electronically via email; providing the recipient with access to reliable and sustainable transport without the extra costs and hassles of owning a vehicle.
Beryl CEO and co-founder Phil Ellis said: “We’re always looking to break down the barriers to active travel and encourage people to adopt more environmentally friendly travel habits.
“Shared sustainable transport is for everyone and every ride can mean something different, such as getting fit, improving your mental health and wellbeing or having the freedom and flexibility to get places.
“That’s why it's a thoughtful and useful Christmas gift to give to someone you care about.
“Ultimately, by getting more people to travel sustainably, we can help reduce traffic congestion and carbon emissions and improve air quality.”
By visiting beryl.cc/gifts customers can choose who the gift voucher is delivered to, and when, with the option to add a personalised message. The recipient can redeem the minutes via the Beryl app whenever they choose to get riding.
The vouchers can be bought in different denominations so they are a great gift to suit every budget!
“Shared sustainable transport is for everyone and every ride can mean something different, such as getting fit, improving your mental health and wellbeing or having the freedom and flexibility to get places."