Driving hospice support
The Ribble Valley Pub Walk will be back on Saturday 21 August 2021. The popular event organised by the Rotary Club of Ribblesdale helps raise much needed funds for East Lancashire Hospice.
The route takes in the beautiful scenery of the Ribble Valley with walkers having the opportunity to stop off at supporting pubs along the way. One local business has already driven support to their local hospice. Intack Self Drive, based in Blackburn and part of the Kay Group, are this year’s headline sponsor for the event.
Intack Self Drive are one of the largest privately owned self-drive rental companies in Lancashire. They offer a huge variety of vehicles including cars, vans, trucks and minibuses. All available on a day to day short term hire, flexi hire or even long term contract hire. All its partners and staff are local to the Blackburn with Darwen or Ribble Valley community, and do their best in supporting local, especially for local charities and causes. Find out more at www.intack.co.uk
Ken Kay, of Intack Self Drive and the Kay Group said, “We were delighted when the opportunity came to support our local hospice and sponsor this year’s Ribble Valley Pub Walk. We are really looking forward to the event and getting together as a team, whilst supporting the amazing cause behind it all.”
He continued to say, “We have always supported East Lancashire Hospice through raffles and in any way that we can. By supporting events like the Ribble Valley Pub Walk, we are helping the hospice raise the maximum funds needed to care for their patients. It’s so important that we support local and East Lancashire Hospice is not only our local charity, but also a big part of our local community.”
Each participant registered will receive a Pub Walk t-shirt, sponsored by Intack Self Drive, as well as a guaranteed great day out. Cheers to that!
Leanne Green, fundraiser for East Lancashire Hospice - “We are extremely grateful to Intack Self Drive for not only sponsoring the Ribble Valley Pub Walk, but also for their continued support to the hospice. This event is always such a great day out and we are cannot wait to see everyone taking part, whilst raising money so our patients can carry on receiving the invaluable care now and in years to come.”