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Aston Martin has revealed the formation of the ‘Aston Martin Wings Series’, highlights Iain Robertson, which brings together all of the luxury marque’s aviation-related and linked promotional projects under a single, laudable, British banner.
The Veterans Awards have announced the finalists for the years English Veterans Awards, naming Forces Cars Direct in three categories!
FIFE, SCOTLAND – With the Americans having powered to a 4-3 lead in this inspiring series after a third consecutive victory in New York last year, Team GB will be looking to regain the Simpson Cup on home turf as the showpiece moves to the iconic St Andrew’s Links from 19-22 May, 2019.
The armed forces charity has completed one of the world’s toughest desert rallies, in Britain’s most affordable 4x4, reports Iain Robertson, driving three Dacia Dusters a combined 3,000 miles through the Sahara in a seven-day competitive adventure.
Mitsubishi has become refamiliarised with awards-winning in recent months, writes Iain Robertson, while urging us to contemplate a broader picture of the reasons behind it and its excellent Eclipse Cross model.
Major players from across the automotive industry have joined forces with the Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, together with the Ministry of Defence, explains Iain Robertson, to launch Mission Automotive, a new charitable partnership that helps service leavers and veterans into jobs in the sector.
In its 48th year, the annual Beaujolais Run has decided to commemorate next year’s centenary of the RAF Benevolent Fund, highlights Iain Robertson, by making it the official charity of this year’s drive between London and the ‘new wine’ country.
A long-term commitment to our Armed Forces has come to light with the latest donation by Jaguar-Land-Rover to its strength, reports Iain Robertson, to coincide with Armed Forces Day on 30th June 2018.
One of the UK’s top military housing charities, Haig Housing Trust, reports Iain Robertson, has announced that 100 Veterans will walk 100 miles from Ypres to the Cenotaph to mark 100 years since the end of the First World War.
A lot of commercial organisations support charities as a matter of course, or to gain the taxable benefits, but, for some of them, suggests Iain Robertson, giving is as vital as support and one of the leaders in the field is Lincoln-based FCD.
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