Crunch talks will be held next week to ensure a community bus project in Moray can continue to operate.
The Osprey Trust has transported pensioners and disabled residents to social events and appointments since the 1970s.
However, now it is feared that a shortage of committee members could lead to the group coming off the road.
Talks have been scheduled for next week to see if more volunteers will come forward to assist with the 15-seat minibus.
The trust was previously administered by the RAF when it was based Kinloss but is not able to be sustained by the Army that moved into the base in their place.
Forres councillor Lorna Creswell, who is a member of the group, said: “The volunteers who have driven or escorted groups have done a fantastic job to get people to social events and outings.
“We need to have an up to date governance structure, which will be presented at the meeting. There is a small group of people at the moment but we need more.”
The annual meeting of the Forres Osprey Trust will be held on Thursday, December 5 in the town’s Tolbooth at 7pm.
Users, drivers and other interested people have been invited to take part to help strengthen the service.