Vintage Car Owners needed!

Knights in shining armour needed to make a Great Day Out

Knights in shining armour needed to make a Great Day Out

Are you a knight in shining armour?

Llandudno Rotary Club are calling on any vintage car owners in North Wales who can volunteer by supporting our ‘Rotary Great Day out’ programme by taking patients of St. David’s Hospice, Llandudno on a trip to Bodnant Gardens on Monday 4th September. 

Volunteer vintage car owners will leave the Hospice at 10.30am and return by 4.30pm. The trip proceeds along the Conwy Valley to the Bodnant Estate and into the National Trust Gardens. A light lunch will be provided by Rotary. President of Llandudno Rotary Club John New stated that

 ‘the Club has run this event successfully over many years with our partners from St.Davids Hospice and National Trust at Bodnant. In recent years we have also been blessed with warm sunny weather. We hope the vintage car owning community will respond to our request for volunteer support to make this truly a memorable Great Day Out’

If vintage car owners require more information about this volunteering day or wish to volunteer please ring Rotarian Ian Trevette on 01492 650871 or email ian.trevette@btopenworld.com

If you love your limo., why not let someone very deserving of a break love it too -  just for a day!

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