SHUKERS Land Rover in Ludlow has been out and about in the community using a fleet of their special vehicles to support a worthwhile local cause.

Willowdene Rehabilitation and Training Centre, based at Chorley, near Bridgnorth, has been in existence since 1988 and has continually grown since then, having been originally founded by local farming family John and Jenny Home.

The centre held an open day to launch a new Women’s Recovery Centre which is situated deep in the countryside nearby and Shukers Land Rover were on hand to provide suitable vehicles to transfer VIP guests from Chorley to the new location along narrow lanes and down its as yet un-made mile-long track.

“This was a perfect opportunity for us to lend a hand to a great local establishment and at the same time to demonstrate the comfort and versatility of the Range Rover and recently released new Discovery and Velar models,” said Samantha Haydon of Shukers.