Marie Curie Cancer Care is inviting all ladies out there in the community to dare themselves to take part in a driving challenge they’ll never forget. The charity is back for yet another successful Ladies Driving Challenge this summer. The event is taking place on Saturday September 5 and the venue is RAF Colerne, Chippenham.
The Ladies Driving Challenge gives a unique opportunity to LADIES ONLY, to experience the thrill of driving a wide range of vehicles that for many would never otherwise be available. Vehicles up for grabs are likely to include 40ft articulated lorries, 4 x 4, double decker buses and JCBs to name just a few.
Community Fundraiser, Richard Scott said “It will be a great day out for all women who hold a valid driver's licence. There will be some truly challenging and fun vehicles that you would otherwise never have the chance to try. And, in addition, all participants will be helping in the fight against cancer. It’s always been a popular day, so I would urge anyone interested to book their place as soon as possible.”
It will cost participants £10 to register and all ladies are asked to raise sponsor-money of £100 towards Marie Curie nursing services.
As well as welcoming all female drivers on board, Marie Curie Cancer Care is also looking to hear from any individuals or groups who would like to get involved in the running of the day by volunteering their time. If you are interested in helping in any way, or would like to obtain further information about taking part, please get in contact!
Call Richard on: 0117 942 7132
Mobile: 07850 916414