Thursday, July 12, 2012
The founder of the Joe Gilson Mobility scheme presents the 39th mobility scooter to help change a life for the better.
An ex B&Q and Provident worker has been given a new lease of life after he was presented with a mobility scooter.
Tony Harris, who suffers from heart problems and cannot get around very well, was recently given the mobility aid as part of the Joe Gilson Mobility Scheme.
Mr Harris was presented with the scooter, which is the 39th to be given away as part of the scheme, by the scheme’s founder Carol Gilson from Honiton.
The scooter was kindly donated by Mrs Green from Sidmouth.