In the Mar/Apr issue of The OT Magazine, we spoke to James Pitt-Kerby from Brotherwood Vehicle Accessible Wheelchairs, to find out more about the upcoming event that they have in April.

We are pleased to announce that the Brotherwood ‘WAV Weekend’ Event will be returning this April Bank Holiday Weekend, giving you the opportunity to explore and drive the UK’s leading range of Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles in one place.

The Event Details: 

  • VIP Day Friday: 28 April 2017, 10am-4pm by RSVP
  • Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 April 2017
  • Venue: Haynes International Motor Museum, Somerset
  • Explore the UK’s leading range of WAVs
  • See the launch of the new Brotherwood Mercedes-Benz V-Class
  • Discuss your clients’ transport needs with expert advisors
  • Explore the world-class Motor Museum

The Brotherwood ‘WAV Weekend’ Event will also include the launch of the brand new, exclusive ‘Klastar’ Mercedes-Benz V-Class conversion, which promises to be the most luxurious and refined WAV to date; with a low, level floor conversion offering 57” of internal headroom, a unique Brotherwood Powered Ramp system, high specification and a choice of powerful diesel engines in conjunction with the Mercedes-Benz 7G-Tronic automatic transmission for a smooth, effortless drive.

Hosted at the exceptional Haynes International Motor Museum in Sparkford, Somerset, with its huge exhibits of exotic and historical cars and motorbikes, the Brotherwood WAV Weekend will give you the chance to discuss your needs with Brotherwood accessibility experts in person and browse the entire range of accessible cars. Brotherwood will also have a limited number of passes to the Motor Museum to give away to clients who take a test drive across the weekend.

With excellent disabled access and facilities – and conveniently located alongside the A303 just 30 minutes from junction 25 of the M5 – The Haynes International Motor Museum is the UK’s largest collection of the greatest cars from around the world.

The Museum currently offers 19 individual exhibitions and it is very much a “Museum in Motion” with tours, talks and activities for families, children and enthusiasts alike. Packed with precious metal, the Haynes International Motor Museum is truly a world-class motor museum.

Readers of the OT Magazine can register for tickets to the VIP Launch Day on Friday, 28 April by visiting www.brotherwood.com/rsvp or by calling Brotherwood on 01935 872603. Discuss your clients’ transport needs with expert advisors. You can also follow Brotherwood on Facebook for further updates.