Hendy Group hands charity keys to a brand new car

Hendy helps heart charity get the show on the road''caption: l to r: Mark Busby and Ken Wilde
Hendy helps heart charity get the show on the road''caption: l to r: Mark Busby and Ken Wilde
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AN AUTOMOTIVE Group has put it’s charitable wheels in motion by donating a car to Wessex Heartbeat.

Hendy Group, which has offices throughout the south, handed the keys of a brand-new Kia Cee’d SW over to charity representative Ken Wilde this month.

The charity supports the Wessex Cardiac Centre at Southampton General Hospital.

Ken said: ‘We are absolutely thrilled with this generous support from Hendy.

‘In the past we’ve had to transport large items to our events; everything from a garden gazebo to part of a car. So the fact the Kia has lots of space is a real bonus.’