Gloucester Shopmobility receives kind-hearted donation
Long-term customer kindly donates a fabulous three wheeled rascal scooter to the city council’s Shopmobility service.
Gloucester Shopmobility has received a kind donation of a three wheeled scooter in immaculate condition from the family of local resident Mrs Shirley Robinson, who unfortunately passed away earlier this year.
Mrs Robinson a regular customer at Gloucester Shopmobility has also generously left a cash donation to the service in her Will.
Mrs Shirley Robinson
Once the scooter has been serviced, it will be included to the fleet as Scooter 17 – the same number Mrs Robinson always requested when visiting Shopmobility to book her vehicle.
Cllr Jennie Watkins, cabinet member for communities & neighbourhoods, said: “I would like to send my sincerest condolences to Mrs Robinson’s family during this difficult time. We are extremely grateful for Mrs Robinson’s generous donations; and I know our Shopmobility service will make good use of her scooter.
“I’ve been told Mrs Robinson was a very friendly character and always had a cheeky smile on her face. We have a great team at Gloucester Shopmobility and it’s wonderful that our staff are thought of so highly by our customers. I know the staff will miss Mrs Robinson and her visits very much.”
Gloucester Shopmobility provides battery powered scooters, wheelchairs, battery chairs and rollators to help people who have limited mobility to use all the facilities in the city centre, the Gloucester Quays Designer Outlet Centre and the Docks. Shopmobility can be used by anybody who has limited mobility.
Customers can call 01452 302871 to book or visit our website for more information: www.gloucester.gov.uk/culture-leisure/shopmobility
Shopmobility’s Facebook page: www.facebook.com/GlosShopmo