Enham Trust take delivery of new bus from local supplier
18 Apr 2001

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Sir George witnesses the handing over of the keys for a new bus, adapted to carry wheelchairs and people with disability. The bus was bought by the Enham Trust, whose Transport Manager David Morgan is on the left. The Trust's Chairman, Mark Maclay, is second from the right. On the right is Brian Robinson, Managing Director of Rohill Bodies, who supplied the vehicle.
"Enham's two existing buses need replacing and Rohill have supplied exactly what was needed. These two organisations exemplify what is so good about Andover; The Enham Trust is a leading charity, with strong roots in the past, but forward looking in its approach, developing strategic links with organisations such as RADAR and Shopmobility. Rohill Bodies have developed a national reputation in the niche market of buses adapted for the needs of people with disability, and have an order book stretching to the end of the year. It is good to see such different organisations setting high modern standards in their respective spheres of operation."
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