Epsom drivers donate to charity

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Drivers from Quality Line, the bus division of Epsom Coaches Group have donated £1,500 to SSAFA’s Norton House in Headley, a home dedicated to helping injured service personal and their families.

Michael Turner the manager of Norton House commented: “The donation of £1,500 which was collected by the Drivers and Team at Epsom Coaches Group is a fantastic amount of money and will be used to improve the facilities for injured Service Personnel and their families. The amount raised will make a huge difference. Just as important to the families who stay with us is the knowledge that others are thinking of them.”

Adrian Walters, vice chairman of the Bus Drivers Committee at the company, presented the cheque to Michael Walters at Norton House, following a conducted tour of the facilities, Adrian spoke for the committee: “We are humbled by the fantastic work that is being done for injured service personnel by Michael and his team at Norton House, having recently been voted runner up as one the best London Bus garages, we wanted to mark the award and are delighted to be able to help our dedicated servicemen and their families.”