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Old cars plea

Malvern Editorial 5th Nov, 2013 Updated: 20th Oct, 2016

A MALVERN youth charity is gearing up for the opening up of its new vocational centre next month.

Hope Unlimited, a charity which trains young people in a range of subjects, is set to move its Overdrive motor vehicle training centre into bigger premises on Spring Lane with an official opening taking place in December.

The centre trains more than 40 young people each year vital mechanical and engineering skills.

And the charity is now looking for old cars, MOT failures or unwanted motor cycles to be donated to help get the classes off to a cruising start at its new centre.

Overdrive manager Andy Hunter said: “We are especially looking for MOT failures or vehicles with minor accident damage that may have been written off. These are really valuable in showing learners the different practical stages of vehicle repair.”

Anyone who has a vehicle to donate should contact Andy Hunter by e-mailing andyh@hopeunlimited.org.uk or calling 07940 846502.

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