Brittany Ferries Plymouth Pair raise money on Salo or Bust Banger Rally
Paul Hjarne and Andy Hocking from Brittany Ferries are taking part in the Salo or Bust Banger Rally. The pair, who work at Plymouth’s Millbay ferryport, are taking part in the challenge in memory of their colleague Steve Warner who died earlier this year after fighting leukaemia. They are raising funds for The Durleston Ward and ICU at Poole Hospital.
Paul and Andy will be driving a Toyota Starlet which has been decked out in Brittany Ferries livery, and both are looking forward to the trip.
Paul said: “Following a busy summer at the port, this is a great chance for us to do something in memory of our friend and colleague Steve Warner who spent many years working at Brittany Ferrie.s”
Andy added: “The car is only small so it’ll be a bit cramped, but we know each other well – or will do by the end of the trip!!”
The company wish participants in the rally well on their 1490 km trip. They’ll be driving on some of Europe’s finest and most scenic roads – the only snag being that cars have to cost around a measly £350 and there’s no support en-route. There will be no advantage in arriving first – just getting the banger to the finish point should be rewarding enough.
To support Paul and Andy’s chosen charity contact Brittany Ferries press office Tel: 023 9240 2221 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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