Lauren’s Mini Mission deadline extended
15:00 29 January 2013
Mini Mission challenge. Lauren Lemmer from Honiton is on a mission to win a Mini. If she completes all her challenges she gets to keep the car. Lauren is pictured with town mayor, David Foster and Honiton crier Dave Retter. Picture by Alex Walton. Ref mhh 2114-03-13AW. To order your copy of this photograph, go to www.midweekherald.co.uk and click on myphotos24
Help Honiton student Lauren Lemmer in her bid to win a car.
Honiton student Lauren Lemmer still needs your support to help her stay in pole position to win a Mini.
The 21-year-old is one of 14 students taking part in the Mini Mission competition, which has now had its deadline extended until February 7 because of the heavy snowfall.
People can show their support by liking Lauren’s Facebook page or going on a test drive.
The Plymouth University student recently held an open test drive in the town – for every one she completes she is awarded 10 points, which are added to a leaderboard.
The mayor, Councillor David Foster, town crier Dave Retter and Diddy, the mayor’s bear, have previously joined Lauren for a test drive.
If Lauren wins the competition she will be able to keep the car for a year. Anyone interested in helping is urged to email Plymouth@myminimission.com
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