BEAMING smiles lit up the faces of poorly youngsters staying at Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice when they were visited by a car club’s exciting collection of automobiles.
The Super Car Driver club organised the trip to the North Anston facility, when they also handed over £2,160 they had raised at a showcase event in Nottingham last month.
The Secret Supercar meet brought together 100 rare and exotic motors together for a day, with donations collected from each owner to raise the impressive total.
Along with the fundraising, the group was also keen to share their unusual cars with the children staying at Bluebell Wood and organised for some of the vehicles to be taken along to the hospice when the proceeds were handed over.
Adam Thorby, who runs the car club and associated website www.supercardriver.com, said: “We wanted to raise money for a good cause and give something back to those who are less fortunate.
“We chose to support Bluebell as we think we can help make a difference, not only by making the donations, but also sharing the cars with them. It was fantastic to see the smiles on the kids’ faces and we are keen to continue supporting them.”