Looking for a great day out over the April Bank Holiday weekend?
Brotherwood are excited to announce that we will be hosting a Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle showcase weekend, at the prestigious Haynes International Motor Museum in Sparkford, Somerset.
Over the course of Saturday 30th April, and Sunday 1st May, we will be welcoming one and all to visit, view and test drive our entire range of Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles, giving you an exclusive chance to see the UK’s leading range of WAV’s in one place.
Whether you are considering your first accessible vehicle, or thinking of replacing your current wheelchair car, our WAV showcase weekend is a must-visit event for wheelchair users, carers, families and friends of people living with a disability. Occupational Therapists, Case Managers and other professionals needing to advise disabled clients of their transport options are also encouraged to take this unique opportunity to get ‘hands-on’ with our wheelchair passenger car range.
The friendly Brotherwood staff will be on hand to welcome you, guide you through the many options available to you, and offer expert advice to find the perfect vehicle for your needs. Our experienced team will be performing free, in-depth personal needs assessments to help you discover the ideal mobility solution for your lifestyle.
The Brotherwood WAV Showcase Weekend will be hosted at the spectacular Haynes International Motor Museum, home of the UK’s largest exhibition of cars from around the world. With over 400 amazing cars and bikes on display, and subject of an extensive £5 million refurbishment in 2014, Haynes offers excellent hospitality and a memorable day out for all.
The museum benefits from comprehensive wheelchair accessibility and excellent facilities throughout, and is conveniently located alongside the A303, making it the ideal destination for an informative, entertaining, and accessible day out for all this April Bank Holiday weekend.
We look forward to welcoming you.
For more information about Haynes Museum, including directions, please visit the Haynes International Motor Museum website at www.haynesmotormuseum.com.