Stockport Business Provides Free Minibus to Charities and Schools

Valour launch their Community Mini-Bus

Award-winning Stockport business Valour Finance Group, are offering local schools and charities the free use of a new mini bus.

The company, based in Tiviot Dale, bought and insured the vehicle after learning it was needed for transport for activities and trips.

The 9-seater Ford Torneo, is available to book online at the company’s website: and has already taken its first booking.

Valour CEO Mark Bowker said: “The mini bus was an initiative by Valour’s “Charity Superstar Action Group” – a team of six employees committed to helping us deliver support locally where needed.

“They consulted with local charities and schools to find out what they really needed and a minibus came top of the list.

“It is part of Valour’s commitment to helping good causes in the Stockport area.”

The bus is available in 48 hour time slots and drivers must be aged over 25 with a full UK driving license.

The Valour minibus will get its first outing on June 6th when Signpost Stockport for Carers, will use it to take volunteers to Stockport Town Hall for a carer information Day event.

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About Valour:

Valour Finance Group employs 100 people in Stockport and Wilmslow, and is made up of four companies providing personal loans, debt management and Claims Management Services.

Valour’s trading performance has continued to grow year on year and is now firmly established as one of the most successful personal finance companies in the UK, excelling in a highly competitive and demanding industry.