Posted on 12th June 2016
One of my quoters has medical heart problem and is receiving treatment at Eastbourne hospital as an out-patient
The hospital have advised him not to drive his car until further tests / surgery / pacemaker
He lives in Seaford and the train journey to Burgess Hill is long, arduous and expensive!
Collect / drop-off central Seaford and 65 Victoria Road Burgess Hill
He needs a car share with petrol payment, Mon to Friday and because his wife works in the evenings needs to be back in Seaford for 6pm.
Early morning starts would not be an issue and as his employer I can manage hours to suit a car share (flexible)
This might be a short term arrangement whilst hospital run more tests, or might be long-term if after tests he still is not allowed to drive
Would you mind putting a message on the BHBPA email / website for someone to maybe car share?
Dave Connaway BSc
Cirrus Laser Ltd.
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