Guy Salmon Land Rover Knutsford have been hard at work collecting Easter Eggs from staff and customers, to donate to their chosen charity for the year, The Children's Adventure Farm Trust (CAFT).
Guy Salmon Knutsford wanted to know how they could help the charity over the Easter period, and Alistair Laing, Charity Relationship Manager at CAFT, told the Dealership about a campaign they were running, which they hold every Easter. Companies from the local area are asked to collect Easter Eggs, which are then distributed to the children who stay at the centre over the Easter period.
The Children's Adventure Farm Trust is based at the beautiful Booth Bank Farm, a 17th Century farmhouse set in the heart of the Cheshire countryside. They provide a variety of programmes for terminally ill, disabled and disadvantaged children from all over the North West.
The needs of the children visiting The Adventure Farm range from complex and severe physical and learning disabilities, sensory impairments and terminal illnesses through to children who act as Carers for a family member, those dealing with bereavement and children who have been victims of abuse.
Each child is treated as an individual with their own strengths, likes and dislikes, disability is never seen as a barrier to participation. They welcome children from all social and ethnic groups.
Guy Salmon Knutsford managed to fill the boot of a Range Rover Évoque with a variety of Easter eggs for the children, as seen with Louise Russell, Marketing Executive at Guy Salmon Land Rover Knutsford, and Alistair Laing.
To find out more about CAFT and how get involved, please visit