New vans for charity
CANCER patient care charity Daft as a Brush has taken delivery of eight new ambulances.
It brings the charity’s fleet to over 30 custombuilt vehicles which take patients to and from hospital for chemotherapy and/ or radiotherapy cancer treatment at no charge. It transports more than 30,000 patients a year.
Daft as a Brush fleet manager Ian Marshall said: “With amazing help and support from our community, fundraisers and local businesses, we’re able to introduce these new ambulances.”
Each ambulance is adopted by a school and decorated with the Daft as a Brush branding. Pelawbased ScreenServices took on the challenge to vinylwrap the vehicles in record time for fleet integration.
Anyone with a full licence can apply to be a Daft as a Brush volunteer driver by emailing info@ daftasabrush.org.uk or calling 0191 28 55 999.