A Year since Donna Wilson first opened her Ableworld Franchise
It’s a year since Donna Wilson and her team took over Ableworld in Newark, and since then her business gone from strength to strength.Donna Wilson joined the Ableworld franchise team as the director of Newark store in October 2014, and has had great success in offering quality mobility products at fantastic prices in the Newark area. She now provides the same support and help in Lincoln. Her Lincoln Mobility store opened in May this year and stocks a wide range of mobility items from toileting aids to stairlifts. Ableworld franchise stores offer a wide range of products for you to choose from,and they’re on hand to help advise you on the best mobility aid for your needs. Lincoln store celebrated their 1000th customer recently - Mr Robson from Lincoln who won a bottle of champagne and a box of chocolates.
To mark Newark store’s first year anniversary Donna decided to sponsor the inaugural Ableworld Boccia Tournament trophy at Newark Indoor Bowls and Boccia Club. Sixteen teams competed for the trophy. Boccia and Bowls combined are the third choice of sports for people with disabilities and Donna wanted to promote this growing sport.
In addition to standard mobility aids, Ableworld within the franchise territory of Newark and Lincoln also offer specialist seating, height adjustable and multi positional beds, pressure care mattresses and cushions, hoists, specialist positioning power chairs and wheelchairs. They also provide bariatric and paediatric equipment solutions and multi sensory equipment.
Donna enjoys supporting and sponsoring several groups in the local community including;
- • Presenting and sponsoring an award at Newark & District Community Awards
- • Becoming Beaumond House Community Hospice first Patron Sponsor
- • Becoming a member of Rainbows Children’s Hospice Business Club
- • And many more.
Donna also takes part in charity work, her charity events include running 10k for the Rainbows Children’s Hospice where she raised £1,500 and running a marathon for Barnardos which raised £2,500 which she did in memory of her son Joshua.