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Reaching the health and safety limit…..

Published: October 5, 2016

The Cornwall College Group Newquay Corporate

Newquay man Sean Stribley is aiming for Vegas or bust, as he sets out on a 2000 mile road trip in a 25 year old Honda Civic. Sean, who is the Head of Health and Safety across The Cornwall College Group, is taking on the Banger Rally Challenge in aid of the RSPCA centre ar St Columb. Sean said: “This is something I’ve always wanted to do and I am really looking forward to it. I’ve owned the Honda Civic for the last 14 years and she is a stunning little car, but she has done over 215,000 miles and I think this is the perfect journey for us to tackle together.” This trip is a little out of the norm for Sean, whose day job is normally filled with risk assessments and advising on the health and safety procedures across The Cornwall College Group. Sean added: “All donations will go direct to the Venton Animal Centre at St Columb near Newquay to pay veterinary fees for unwanted and neglected animals so they are fit, well and ready to go to their forever home.” The entrance fee to the event supports other charities such as the Air Ambulance, Cornwall Hospice, Children’s Hospice, Marie Curie South West, Turn to Starboard, Little Harbour and Merlin MS Centre. The college is supporting the endeavour by decorating and preparing the car and Sean will be joined by his friend John Ridd who fortunately runs his own auto repair business in St Stephen.

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