08/01/2016 - Charity calendar sell-out!

£3,100 raised for the CHAS children's hospice

Great news we have sold all the charity calendars we had for sale. This will not have been possible without the huge effort of all our coaching team, friends family, members of the public, the wider coaching community and local businesses. 

A huge thank you to all our drivers and engineering team some of our drivers undertook raffles during the new year tours to boost the amount, our drivers sold a huge amount to calendars whilst out and about on the road to passengers businesses and fellow drivers alike, also our admin team who pushed the sales and ensured the calendars were sent swiftly on to the people who generously purchased them. 


We would also like to thank the following businesses that helped us by selling and letting us advertise the calendar locally including the Buckie Co-op that allowed our team to set up a pop up stall in the shop to let people purchase our calendars. 


Joyce's Buckie


RBS Buckie

Admirals Inn Findochty

Victoria Bar Portknockie

Way Ahead Hairdressers Portknockie 

Pram Boutique Buckie

Post Office Buckie

Moravian Motors Buckie

Too Cute Buckie

JMK Junior Buckie

Cafe Coull Buckie 

Banffshire Advertiser Buckie

We have contacted CHAS at Rachel House at Kinross to let them know the fantastic amount of £3100 has been raised. Director Gordon Mayne will be visiting Kinross next week and handing over the cheque.  


Without everyone's help this will not have been made possible so from everyone at the Mayne Team we thank you all. ??


We will now be planning our spring charity tour to the Inverness Lochness area with the full amount raised going towards CHAS. The seats at £10 will be available soon with all the info. Keep a look out for the details on our Facebook page. 




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