Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, Luton, Bedfordshire, Winchester, Hampshire (PRWEB UK) 22 May 2013
Mark Lancaster MP, Milton Keynes’ Mayor, Councillor Brian White and other councillors were among the guests showing their support for Carver Care and Mobility, which has been serving the elderly and disabled for 20 years, when they attended at party at the Milton Keynes Centre for Independent Living last Friday.
Carver Care and Mobility, which trades in Milton Keynes as Milton Keynes Mobility, is a leading supplier of aids for the elderly and disabled in the Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, Luton, Bedfordshire and Winchester, Hampshire areas. Now owned by William and Maggie Carver, it was founded by Newport Pagnell-based Sue and Alan Eames. The first shop to open was in the High Street, Newport Pagnell and the business now has three other branches in Queensway, Bletchley; Luton; and Winchester as well as a website and mail order catalogue. The company sells a huge variety of products from mobility scooters and stairlifts to extra-wide shoes and walking sticks. Service, quality and good value are at the heart of the company’s ethos and all shop managers are trained Trusted Assessors. The company has its own specialist engineers that service, repair and demonstrate equipment, ensuring that the equipment provided is suitable for the customer. The company also supplies Milton Keynes and Luton Borough Councils and is accredited with the Buy with Confidence marque.
Mr Carver gave a speech in which he outlined some of the escalating challenges facing High Street shops as well as the opportunities that the growing number of elderly in the area present.
Mark Lancaster MP said:
“Carver Care has helped a huge number of residents in Milton Keynes keep mobile and independent when needed most. I am delighted to be able to celebrate their 20th year in operation and am sure they will continue their good work supporting those in need within our community.”
Councillor Brian White, Mayor of Milton Keynes commented:
“Over the last 20 years Milton Keynes Mobility has been a key part of MK whether in supporting individuals or providing much needed equipment. MK has been designed to include ease of movement for disabled people and Milton Keynes Mobility makes that possible.”