Hughes Electrical supports disabled drivers car club

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Hughes Electrical has supported a new racing club in Norfolk which is designed to let motorsport enthusiasts with disabilities get behind the wheel of some high performance cars.

The Disabled Drivers Car Club and associated charity, Raceability, is planning to run events throughout East Anglia. It has now been presented with a TV which will be used to show training videos, on club nights as well as at the events themselves.

The new club is the brainchild of Pat Ward from Wymondham who himself was left unable to drive after he got septicemia three years ago which affected his spine. Pat said he was passionate about people not losing interest in their favourite hobbies just because of a disability.

Hughes Wymondham branch manager Andrew Workmaster commented: “Pat is a real inspiration. This new racing club will bring pleasure to so many people and we are delighted to help by donating a TV. Hopefully he will be able to mimic the achievements of the Paralympics and make it all a huge success.”


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