College of West Anglia Isle campus makes appeal for unwanted cars to help with training of motor vehicle students

11:02 22 May 2014

The Isle Campus.

The Isle Campus.

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A college is appealing for people to give them unwanted cars for its motor vehicle students to work on.

The Isle campus of the College of West Anglia in Wisbech needs more cars for the students to train on in its Motor Vehicle department.

A couple from Wisbech have already heeded the call, generously donating a Rover 400.

Zane Watson, one of the lecturers, said: “I’d like to thank Mr and Mrs Smith from Wisbech who generously gave us an unwanted Rover 400 and it would be good if we could receive others.”

If you have a vehicle you could give to the college, call Laura Chambers on 01945 468310.

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