Press release publish date: 11:58 am Tuesday, November 8th, 2016
As Remembrance Day nears, Wightlink Ferries are supporting the Royal British Legion’s Handy Van service to help veterans, serving members of the military and their families to stay safe at home.
Handy Vans visit homes across the country to assist people connected to the armed forces with basic tasks such as replacing light bulbs, putting up shelves and improving security facilities.
Handy person Dean Stickland, who covers Hampshire and the Island, will be crossing the Solent with Wightlink to lend a hand. As a retired police officer, he is especially keen to make sure homes are safe and secure.
Wightlink Head of Marketing Mark Persad says: “We are delighted to help the Legion with its good work on the Isle of Wight and hope more veterans and serving personnel who need a little help with household chores will get in touch to make use of this very worthwhile service.”
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