Quingo - Safety and comfort reinvented

Once again the Mobility Roadshow has been heralded a huge success by visitors and exhibitors alike and was Quingo’s most successful show to date held in the UK. Staged at the East of England Showground, Peterborough for the second consecutive year, there is no doubt that this venue has proved popular.

Mark Nicholls, Managing Director, Forever Active, agreed: “The Mobility Roadshow is the show to be at.”

Quingo launched the all-new Quingo Vitess at the show which was received fantastically well and along with the other models in the range proved hugely popular.

We were also extremely pleased to present Kate Davies with her Guinness World Record Certificate for the 24 hour Challenge that she, Jackie Weeden and the Red Wheelies team completed last month in Kent. They also performed at the show to the large crowd outside the main hall.

Jacqui Jones, Executive Director, Mobility Choice is understandably delighted with the response. We are delighted that the Mobility Roadshow has once again proved so popular and, most important, that so many said they rely on it each year as a valuable source for their future mobility needs.”

This year’s Mobility Roadshow opened with a wealth of product innovation as well as classic mobility solutions for visitors to try out and compare from over 170 exhibitors.

VIP guest on the first day was Private Derek Derenalagi, one of the British soldiers who provided inspiration for the birth of the charity Help for Heroes. Derek lost both his legs in action and now with his bionic legs, is aiming for a place in the GB Paralympics squad. Adding a touch of military ‘glamour’ was the Minden Band of The Queen’s Regiment, resplendent in full ceremonial uniform.

A big thank you to everyone who came to visit us!