St. Ann’s Hospice in Manchester has taken receipt of a brand new Renault Master Wheelchair Accessible Minibus as part of their care to around 3000 patients, relatives and carers in and around the Greater Manchester area.
It’s still commercially tough in our economic climate, what with budget cuts and inflated supply chain costs, yet there are still some saviours out there.
Stanford Coachworks, conversion and mobility specialists founded in 1994 have developed a cost effective solution to revitalise your fatigued minibus – the Vehicle Improvement Programme (VIP), a welcomed resolution when belts need to be tightened.
Voluntary and community groups across Staffordshire are now able to utilise affordable accessible transport as St John Ambulance takes delivery of a new minibus.
The new vehicle was converted by Stanford Coachworks and Mobility Services Ltd, into a 10 seat bus that will accommodate 3 wheelchairs and was handed over to St John Ambulance at their Stafford Branch to Commander Maureen Upton by David Hardacre of Stanford.