It will be a very merry Christmas for one wheelchair user this year

A company that specialises in making cars that are wheelchair accessible is offering the chance for somebody disabled, and their family, to have a very special festive season this year.

You have until the 10th December in order to nominate a wheelchair user who lives anywhere in Britain to be in with the chance of winning a fabulous prize worth £500.

This prize includes a top class meal out and the exclusive use of a wheelchair accessible Constable Mobility, complete with chauffeur, for the full day.

David Constable, Managing Director of Constables Mobility, explains: “I’m delighted to be offering this prize and am looking forward to hearing some of the stories from the friends and families of wheelchair users. Wheelchair users can also nominate themselves.

“All you have to do is tell us why you, a disabled friend, family member or colleague deserves to win. There is no minimum or maximum word limit – just use as many words as you need to convince the judges. Photos supporting your nomination are welcome too.”

As well as being taken to a first-class, wheelchair-accessible restaurant, the winner might decide to visit friends or family to deliver Christmas presents, be taken Christmas shopping or simply travel in style to a place they’ve been wanting to go to for ages.

There are lots of ways to enter including via Constables Mobility’s Facebook page or by e-mail to Alternatively, post to: Constables Christmas Competition 2012, Blueberry PR, Dean Farm House, Rushlake Green, East Sussex TN21 9QU or telephone 01435 830031. For full terms and conditions go to

Constables Mobility is one of the UK’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of rear access wheelchair accessible vehicles (WAVs) for one or two wheelchair users and has the widest range of flexible seating options on the market.

Constables combines expertly engineered conversions, all of which have been crash tested, at affordable prices. The company recently became the first convertor to support Disabled Motoring UK’s ‘Look for the Label’ campaign and start putting the labels in the windscreens of their cars to show they have been crash tested.

Contact Constables on 0800 2229000 to book a free demonstration at your home, work, business or school, or visit