Arthurs, who have Vauxhall dealerships in Oswestry, Shropshire and Newtown, Powys and also a Peugeot Dealership in Wrexham have teamed together with their local hospices to raise money for their worthy and deserving causes.

Arthurs of Oswestry have teamed up with Hope House, Arthurs of Newtown have teamed up with Severn Hospice and Arthurs of Wrexham have teamed up with Nightingale House Hospice. All of the hospices are local to each branch which is something that was important when choosing who to support.

Joanne Aird, Group Marketing Manager said ‘With Arthurs being a family run business, we believe that being part of a community is paramount and equally, being supportive to the community in the local area. We know that these hospices will have touched so many of our customers and their families over time and we are delighted to be able to give something back and support the fantastic work that they all do.

Arthurs are now holding a Massive used car sale which will run until Monday 30th September and have pledged that £50 from every used car sold will go to their chosen hospice.

Debbie Barton, Corporate Partnerships Manager from Nightingale house hospice said “Thank you so much to Arthurs Peugeot for taking the opportunity to support Nightingale House in this way. Every penny raised supports our work caring for local people with life-limiting illness and their families as well as children and young people experiencing bereavement.”

Severn Hospice fundraising officer, Amanda Murray, said: “Corporate supporters make such a difference to our work and we are so pleased that Arthurs of Newtown have chosen us to benefit from their fundraiser. “As a charity, every pound raised means we can continue

to provide care to thousands of families in communities across Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin and Mid Wales every year.”

 “We are thrilled to be one of Arthurs chosen charities” said Lynsey Kilvert Hope House Fundraiser, “Without such incredible support from our local businesses, charities like Hope House simply wouldn’t exist.”