On behalf of Supercar Ecosse, may I congratulate you all for your part played in Supercar Ecosse Fundraiser Events!
A few comments follow from those benefiting & participating!!!
Supercar Ecosse was born through a shared passion for exotic Supercars and the desire to help Charities. We do this by bringing together Supercar owners from across the Marques to enjoy various events and Supercar runs, at the same time raising funds for charity.
Mark Steed, Lieutenant Colonel, Commanding Officer, 51 (Scottish) Brigade Personnel Recovery Unit
Just a short note to thank you for all that you and Supercar Ecosse did for our PRU boys and girls over the weekend – I’ve had nothing but praise and good words since the event. Everyone felt extremely well looked after by some very genuine and interested people.
One even said that it’s the best charity event they’ve been involved with – all down to you and your team, my friend, so thank you very much indeed. I hope it all went well from your perspective - it was hugely impressive from ours. Well done Supercar Ecosse and hope to catch up with you again soon – please pass on our sincere thanks to all those involved.
April Davidson, Fundraising Manager, Macmillan Cancer Support
Working closely with Supercar Ecosse has been a win-win situation, not only are we raising awareness and funds by driving super slinky cars but, there is a fantastic element of friendship and fun involved too. What an inspirational bunch of people!! Thank you Supercar Ecosse, can’t wait for our next event!
Charlie Foreman (23) Macmillan events and research volunteer
Oh my goodness, never in my life could I have imagined being around such amazingly beautiful machines, let alone being allowed to get inside and get mega comfy right behind the wheel – Volunteering with Macmillan defiantly has immeasurable perks!
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Anne & Ian Fraser, Parents of injured soldier Robert Fraser who is inside David Rhodes Lamborghini in the photo attached.
I'd just like to say a huge big Thank You, Robert & I thoroughly enjoyed your Fund Raising Event. We had an amazing time, please pass on our Thanks to Everyone. We have attended several Fund Raising Events but this was far the best. Everyone involved made all the injured & their families most welcome, even taken time to speak to each & everyone of us individually during & throughout the day. Robert, I & I'm sure all the injured appreciated your very warm hospitality on both days. Truly Amazing Thank YouMajor (retd) Tim & Lesley Grantham, Help for Heroes Volunteer County Coordinators, Fife & Clackmannanshire, Scotland.
What a simply superb weekend! Please be kind enough to pass on our gracious thanks to all members of Supercar Ecosse. Their kindness and generosity to the WIS boys and their carers was defiantly humbling, I know they all enjoyed the unique experience. The weekend will greatly contribute towards their individual recovery pathways, all who attended will remember the experience you and your members provided for the rest of their lives - Lesley and I certainly will!
Numerous emails have also arrived from our participants and as opposed to quoting each one, may I sum up all with this...
A HUGE thank you for organising a superb event at the weekend. Aside from the ever important fundraising, the Help for Heroes and Macmillan teams looked like they thoroughly enjoyed the experience and meeting some true Heroes from the PRU was both humbling, heart warming but most of all an inspiration. I know Rory will remember his 14th Birthday experience for many things, but especially meeting lads like Callum. Supercar Ecosse really is an inspired concept and what a great bunch of petrol heads! Looking forward to the next one…..
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Fife Police’s Press Release
Suparcars raise much needed money for local charities Fife Constabulary played host to some of the world's most prestigious cars in an aim to raise money for 'Help the Heroes' and 'Macmillan Cancer Support'.
Over the weekend 40 Supercars including 6 passengers from Macmillan Cancer Support travelled from Knockhill in convoy to the Scottish Military Personnel Recovery Unit, South Queensferry and met some of our countries wounded and injured service personnel and their families.
Fife Constabulary then lead the convoy from the Scottish Military Personnel Recovery Unit, which took 8 of the wounded and injured service & 6 of Macmillan Cancer Support personnel, to Fife Constabulary's Headquarters in Glenrothes where they enjoyed a display from the forces dog section and forces road policing vehicles.
Over the course of the weekend the new charity organisation "Supercar Ecosse" raised over £6,500 for the charities 'Help the Heroes' and 'Macmillan Cancer Support' and as the final donations are not all, they are hoping to reach £7,000.