James has the Kia to success

Motherwell man James Kearney receives his new car from Bruce High and Lorna McCafferty of St Andrew's Hospice  and Andy Thorogood of Bonnar Accident Law.
Motherwell man James Kearney receives his new car from Bruce High and Lorna McCafferty of St Andrew's Hospice and Andy Thorogood of Bonnar Accident Law.

Motherwell man James Kearney was driven to delight winning the annual grand car raffle run by St Andrew’s Hospices.

James was presented with a brand new Kia Picanto car, donated by sponsors Bonnar Accident Law.

Lorna McCafferty, trust fundraising officer at the hospice, said: “We are pleased to be presenting this brand new car to our winner, Mr Kearney.

“I would like to say a special thank you to everyone who purchased raffle tickets and to everyone at Bonnar Accident Law for providing the car. We can’t thank them enough for all their generosity and support.

“This support allows the hospice to continue to provide a high standard of specialist palliative care to patients in North and South Lanarkshire and support their families.”

Lorna was joined by hospice chief executive Bruce High and Andy Thorogood of Bonnar Accident Law to hand over the keys to James’s new car.

He said: “I am delighted to have won the car. I receive the car raffle tickets in the post annually and like to support St Andrew’s Hospice. I would also like to thank Andy Thorogood at Bonnar Accident Law.”

For further information about St Andrew’s Hospice fundraising events click here