Stanford Coachworks gain Ford Vehicle Modifier approval

Stanford Coachworks are proud to announce that we have received accreditation from Ford as a qualified vehicle modifier. To obtain this status Stanfords were rigorously tested and scrutinised to ensure we met Fords standards. 

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Stanford Coachworks at engineering recruitment event

Stanford Coachworks are proud to support the governments initiative to increase awareness of the engineering industry. We have been invited to exhibit at an Engineer Showcase in Basildon on 14th July, in Basildon town centre. The event aim is to showcase the different paths into engineering, we are looking forward to attending the event and encouraging young local people to enter the industry and potentially consider a career in coach building. We will have one of our hand crafted minibuses on display alongside demos of other aspects of coach building from electrical components to seating and flooring.  

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Stanford Coachworks: Splitter and Tour buses

At Stanford Coachworks we build a variety of vehicles, and something we have established is a reputation for  our splitter and tour bus conversions. Our flexible design approach makes us a top choice for tour operators as we can build a splitter bus ideal for their client base. You can ensure it will be a safe and comfortable vehicle for your clients. Over the last few months we have built a variety of splitter and tour buses, we will take a look at a few of them now. Read more…

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New minibus for Treloar College and School

Stanfords have a history with Treloar college, we have supplied several minibuses for this special needs college in the past. This month we supplied them with another executive style minibus for their staff and pupils.

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World Down Syndrome Day

March 21st is World Down Syndrome day. The day was established in 2006 and has since been globally recognised and observed by the UN since 2012. It is about bringing awareness to the condition and focusing on the abilities and lives of those with the condition. 

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