AW Nottingham Knights & AW 63 Squadron are soon to set off on their voyage to the glorious Scottish Highlands with the AutoRaise REAL Rally.

Inspired by recent events, team name ‘AW Nottingham Knights’ was chosen as Managing Director Andrew Walsh was named 2018 Industry Knight by ABP at their annual Night of Knights event, whilst ‘AW 63 Squadron’ is a nod to the aviation roots and heritage of company HQ in Lincolnshire.

With the first day being compulsory fancy dress, keep your eye out for a social media posting of our teams dressed rather appropriately (and we’re sure you’ll have a laugh too)!

The two eye-catching corporate Blue & Orange painted Toyota Celica’s are setting off on their journey Tuesday lunchtime ahead of meeting the rest of the teams on the starting grid on Wednesday morning at Ramside Hall Hotel, Durham, before heading further up north into Edinburgh over the following days.

Throughout the rally AW will be active on social media and their blog, so make sure you’re following AW on all platforms.

The Rally challenges teams to buy a vehicle for no more than £1,000 and upgrade inhouse to potential winning status. Two of AW’s young apprentices have been involved in preparing the vehicles which will be driven by Ben Hissitt, Jade Johnson and two of the groups apprentices, Will Green and Charlie Marchbank.

So far AW have raised £2,500 for AutoRaise, supporting young people and apprenticeships in the automotive industry.

There’s still time to donate, visit: https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/AWRepairGroup

Big thank you to our sponsors, PPG Refinish UK, Perrys, JD Garage Equipment, AGM Services, Junair Spraybooths, Car-O-Liner and U-Pol Ltd.

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