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Oliver Alcock and Jenna Healey, Managing Director’s of Bowland IT and Bowland Telecoms in partnership with Affordable Mobility in Clitheroe would like to speak to Grace Smith to purchase her a brand new wheelchair and cushion of her choice, allowing her to hit the shops again!

Following the recent article posted by Lancashire Evening Telegraph, 88 Year Old Grace Smith and her husband were shopping at Boundary Mill on the 8th August, when her wheelchair and cushion were stolen.

Oliver says ‘There are a lot of nasty heartless people in this world, but hopefully our gesture will promote those who can help others to do so more often. We are never going to see the back of thefts and cruel actions in our lifetime, but what we can pray on is more and more people will help others’.

Bowland IT and Bowland Telecoms work closely with Affordable Mobility in Clitheroe to provide them with quality IT services and proactive security for their systems and client data. Established in 1996, Affordable Mobility have helped in 1000s of elderly and disabled customers enjoy a better quality of life by introducing mobility products ranging from aids to help their customers get out of bed in the morning, right through to impressive stair lift technologies.

Oliver has reached out to Lancashire Telegraph to be connected with Mrs. Grace Smith so that he can speak with her about her wheelchair preferences or other mobility product requirements so that he can arrange delivery to her.