ROYAL APPROVAL FOR MOTABILITY
THE Queen recently hosted a ceremony at Windsor Castle to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the charity, Motability.
Her Majesty has been the Chief Patron of Motability since its inception and she presented five disabled people and their families with the keys to their new vehicles in front of 400 guests.
Edward Todino, from Surrey, a disability adviser at Kingston University, received the keys of his first ‘Drive– from-wheelchair’ Vehicle on the Motability Scheme — a Mercedes Sprinter which had been converted by TBC Mobility Conversions at their purpose-built factory in Dungannon.
David Donnell, managing director of TBC Mobility Conversions, said he was privileged to attend the event and meet Edward and his family.
TBC Mobility Conversions also convert a wide range of wheelchair accessible vehicles, including the VW Caddy Maxi Life, Ford Grand Tourneo Connect and Citroen Berlingo. For more information, visit their website at www.tbcconversions.com
Edwardtodino meets the Queen