ON Sunday, June 15th, crew members of the BARC Rescue Units and other BARC marshals plan to push the National Girobank Reynard F. Ford 2000 for 50 km. (approx. 13 laps) round the Thruxton circuit to raise money for the Jimmy Savile Stoke Mandeville Spinal Building Appeal Fund. Sponsorship is sought on the basis of each kilometre completed by the car,
Further information and sponsorship forms am be obtained from either Paul Butt, 12, Winchester Way, Wantage. Oxon. (Tel: Wantage 66687), or John Ricley, lb, Kibworth Road, Fleckney, Leics. (Leicester 402040).
A Bank Account in the name of “Car Push’. has been opened, and anyone who would like to make a donation rather than sponsor the push can send a cheque made out to the account.
The idea for the event. which is being organised and run by the unit crews themselves, stemmed from the tragic accident to Philip Lloyd in a PRS F. Ford at Mallory Park last year. Lloyd is left paralysed and at present confined to Stoke Mandeville. The accident occurred at a BARC meeting and a BARC rescue unit crew was involved. — C.R.
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