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First Vauxhalls for Wildlife Trusts Service

THE Wildlife Trusts Service has taken delivery of its first batch of Vauxhalls as part of the organisation's replacement programme for its 230-strong fleet. The contract was won by Vauxhall Master Hire Leasing which is to manage the vehicles on a fixed price maintenance programme and a guaranteed buy-back arrangement. The vehicles are being supplied by Vauxhall dealer Henlys of Rotherham.

The Trusts' services company hires out the vehicles to operatives within the organisation's network of 47 Wildlife Trusts and 52 Urban Wildlife Groups. The fleet is composed of Corsas, Astravans and the four-wheel drive Brava for off-road use.

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