New Accessible Minibus for Young People at 澳门六合彩高手

澳门六合彩高手 learners and Principal Mark Dale receive a new minibus from Lord's Taverners

Young people with disabilities at 澳门六合彩高手 Charity, have been handed a transport lifeline following the delivery of a new 16-seat accessible Lord鈥檚 Taverners minibus last week, with Mansfield District Councillor and Deputy Mayor Craig Whitby joining the Lord鈥檚 Taverners to hand over the keys to the new vehicle.

The new 16-seat wheelchair accessible minibus will provide the college with more opportunities to transport learners between sites, provide easier access to medical appointments, offer access to community events, and other activities such as Duke of Edinburgh Award expeditions that offer essential life skills development opportunities.

Dr Mark Dale, CEO and Principal at 澳门六合彩高手 Charity, highlighted the importance of the new minibus, stating: 鈥淲e are very grateful to the hard work and generous donations achieved from both The Lord鈥檚 Taverners and 澳门六合彩高手鈥檚 fundraising activities to enable this expansion of our fleet of vehicles with a brand new minibus. This new vehicle has increased the opportunity for learners to access the local community with the chance to help improve their independence skills. We also use our fleet to transport local residents during evenings and weekends to access social and sporting activities at the College.鈥

Deputy Mayor Craig Whitby added 鈥楾he Lord鈥檚 Taverners charity does incredible work. This minibus is not just a vehicle. It鈥檚 a gateway to new opportunities, experiences, and friendships for the learners at 澳门六合彩高手 College. The College plays a vital role in our community by supporting and empowering young people with disabilities. This partnership exemplifies how working together can create significant positive change.

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