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Spalding Power Station funds new vehicle for driver safety campaign




Spalding Power Station is backing a project aimed at saving the lives of young drivers across Lincolnshire.

A new van for 2fast2soon, a driver safety project run by Lincolnshire Road Safety Partnership (LRSP), has been funded by Intergen, owners of the power station in West Marsh Road.

LRSP spokesman John Siddle said: "We've had a relationship with Intergen stretching back to 2000.

The new 2fast2soon van and trailer funded by Intergen, owners of Spalding Power Station.Photo supplied. (20397786)
The new 2fast2soon van and trailer funded by Intergen, owners of Spalding Power Station.Photo supplied. (20397786)

"Some time ago, Intergen approached us with an offer of support for projects that support communities.

"We are launching a new 2fast2soon story which Intergen saw as something that affects the whole county by reducing casualties in the young driver (17-24) category.

"So it wanted to be involved and we readily accepted Intergen's kind offer of replacing the van and trailer that carries our 2fast2soon cast, crew and stage equipment."

The new van provided by Intergen, owners of Spalding Power Station, for the 2fast2soon driver safety campaign run by Linolnshire Road Safety Partnership.Photo supplied.
The new van provided by Intergen, owners of Spalding Power Station, for the 2fast2soon driver safety campaign run by Linolnshire Road Safety Partnership.Photo supplied.

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