December 18, 2014
When the transport company that David Boore was working at folded, David knew that one particular customer had a requirement which he felt he could manage.
The customer was a local council in North London and they were responsible for underprivileged and children with special needs, who needed transporting to and from school. The collapse of the transport company David worked for in the middle of a school term and just weeks from Christmas, meant that the council had an urgent problem. David contacted the council and offered his help, but the reality was that the council needed 16 mini-busses specially adapted for disabled passengers along with 16 drivers and someone to oversee the whole operation.