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  • 2nd February 2017

    Didcot-based garage needs your vote in national award

    Didcot-based Scotlands Ash Garage is calling on the local public for votes after being nominated for ‘TerraClean Service Centre of the Year’ at the TerraClean Awards 2016, held at Holiday Inn Northumberland in March.

    With more than 30 years’ experience delivering excellent, honest service the garage is keen to provide the local community with high quality, cost-effective motoring solutions wherever possible which is reflected in its status as the only TerraClean service station in the local area.

    Didcot motorists can vote for Scotlands Ash Garage at in the category of TerraClean Service Centre of the Year.

    Scotlands Ash Garage proprietor, Peter Welch said: “We’ve offered TerraClean services for a number of years now and have built up a strong reputation as a garage that can be relied upon by the local community, as well as enhancing our profile within the TerraClean network.”

    TerraClean, a deep engine cleaning service removing carbon deposits and reducing harmful emissions, brings about an immediate difference with the vehicle showing increased fuel efficiency and better performance. TerraClean also increases the MoT test pass rate by reducing harmful vehicle emissions.

    The family-run garage is a well-known contributor to the Didcot community with the garage regularly sponsoring local events such as Astonbury at the Sweet Olive, as well as local football team, Wallingford Town FC. The garage is also an active fundraiser, donating £1 for every MOT it carries out to the Teenage Cancer Trust. In 2016, the garage donated more than £2000 to the charity and has carried on the initiative into 2017.

    Welch added: “We have always had an extremely close affinity to the local area and we would like to thank customers for their support over the past year. Now it is time to bring the award home and we encourage the community to get behind us once more by voting online.”